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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-10-12

Farm equipment security at DEF CON 29 www.kaspersky.com/blog/hacking-agriculture-defcon29/42402/ One of the most unusual presentations at the DEF CON 29 conference, held in early August, covered farm equipment vulnerabilities found by an Australian researcher who goes by the alias Sick Codes. Vulnerabilities affecting the major manufacturers John Deere and Case IH were found not in tractors […]

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[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Confirms ‘PrintNightmare’ is New Windows Security Flaw

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Microsoft late Thursday acknowledged a severe security vulnerability in the Print Spooler utility that ships by default on Windows and warned that the bug exposes users to computer takeover attacks. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[TheRecord] T-Mobile says hack affected more than 40 million people

T-Mobile said on Tuesday that a data breach it was informed of late last week contained more than 40 million records belonging to former or prospective customers who had applied for credit with the company, as well as information on approximately 7.8 million current postpaid customer accounts. The stolen information included first and last names, […]

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