[ZDNet] Google: We’re sending out lots more phishing and malware attack warnings – here’s why

Google’s state-sponsored hacker alerts are outpacing last year’s warnings by a big margin. Turn on multi-factor authentication, it warns.

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[SecurityWeek] Hacktivists Leak Data Allegedly Stolen From Russian Energy Giant Transneft

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