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[HackerNews] Europe Agrees to Adopt New NIS2 Directive Aimed at Hardening Cybersecurity

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The European Parliament announced a “provisional agreement” aimed at improving cybersecurity and resilience of both public and private sector entities in the European Union. The revised directive, called “NIS2” (short for network and information systems), is expected to replace the existing legislation on cybersecurity that was established in July 2016. The revamp sets ground rules, requiring Source: […]

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[HackerNews] GitHub Revoked Insecure SSH Keys Generated by a Popular git Client

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Code hosting platform GitHub has revoked weak SSH authentication keys that were generated via the GitKraken git GUI client due to a vulnerability in a third-party library that increased the likelihood of duplicated SSH keys. As an added precautionary measure, the Microsoft-owned company also said it’s building safeguards to prevent vulnerable versions of GitKraken from adding newly […]

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[BleepingComputer] PyPI packages caught stealing credit card numbers, Discord tokens

The Python Package Index (PyPI) registry has removed several Python packages this week aimed at stealing users’ credit card numbers, Discord tokens, and granting arbitrary code execution capabilities to attackers. These malicious packages were downloaded over 30,000 times according to the researchers who caught them. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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