[ZDNet] By end of 2021, Google plans to auto-enroll 150 million users in two-step verification and require 2 million YouTube creators to turn it on

In honor of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Google said it wanted to make sure their products are secure “by default.”

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[SANS ISC] Apache 2.4.49 Directory Traversal Vulnerability (CVE-2021-41773), (Wed, Oct 6th)

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The Apache Software Foundation yesterday released version 2.4.50 of its flagship Apache webserver [1]. This release fixes an easily exploited directory traversal vulnerability. BLOF: This directory traversal vulnerability only affects a specific Apache version, 2.4.49, which was downloadable after September 15th 2021 from the apache.org website. It is not included in any Linux distributions. The […]

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[ZDNet] Your cybersecurity superpower: Here’s how to influence employee behavior

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As a security leader, your biggest opportunity is to engage, influence, and benefit your employees as well as your organization’s customers — and even society. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[HackerNews] Kaseya Gets Universal Decryptor to Help REvil Ransomware Victims

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Nearly three weeks after Florida-based software vendor Kaseya was hit by a widespread supply-chain ransomware attack, the company on Thursday said it obtained a universal decryptor to unlock systems and help customers recover their data. <!–adsense–> “On July 21, Kaseya obtained a decryptor for victims of the REvil ransomware attack, and we’re working to remediate customers […]

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