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[SecurityWeek] New Malware Samples Indicate Return of REvil Ransomware

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New malware samples and a new Tor-based leak website suggest that the REvil ransomware operation has been resumed. Secureworks, which tracks the group behind REvil as Gold Southfield, has conducted an analysis of malware samples apparently created in March and April, and determined that the developer likely has access to the original REvil source code. […]

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[ZDNet] Singapore pushed to introduce security measures amidst online banking scams

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New measures, which include the removal of hyperlinks from email or SMS messages sent to customers and a 12-hour delay in activation of software tokens, will be implemented within two weeks and follow a spate of phishing SMS scams that wiped some victims of their life savings. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in […]

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[ThreatPost] Black Hat: Security Bugs Allow Takeover of Capsule Hotel Rooms

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A researcher was able to remotely control the lights, bed and ventilation in “smart” hotel rooms via Nasnos vulnerabilities. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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