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[TheRecord] DDoS botnets, cryptominers target Azure systems after OMIGOD exploit goes public

Threat actors are attacking Azure Linux-based servers using a recently disclosed security flaw named OMIGOD in order to hijack vulnerable systems into DDoS or crypto-mining botnets. The attacks, which began on Thursday night, September 16, are fueled by a public proof-of-concept exploit that was published on the same day on code hosting website GitHub. The […]

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[ThreatPost] FTC to Go After Companies that Ignore Log4j

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Companies that fail to protect consumer data from Log4J attacks are at risk of facing Equifax-esque legal action and fines, the FTC warned. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[HackerNews] Google Releases Urgent Chrome Update to Patch 2 Actively Exploited 0-Day Bugs

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Google on Thursday rolled out an emergency update for its Chrome web browser, including fixes for two zero-day vulnerabilities that it says are being actively exploited in the wild. Tracked as CVE-2021-38000 and CVE-2021-38003, the weaknesses relate to insufficient validation of untrusted input in a feature called Intents as well as a case of inappropriate implementation in V8 […]

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