[SecurityWeek] Mirai Botnet Starts Exploiting OMIGOD Flaw as Microsoft Issues More Guidance

Microsoft on Thursday published additional guidance on addressing recently disclosed vulnerabilities in the Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) framework, along with new protections to resolve the bugs within affected Azure Virtual Machine (VM) management extensions.

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[TheRecord] SynAck ransomware gang releases decryption keys for old victims

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