[SecurityWeek] Industry Reactions to New ‘Trojan Source’ Attack: Feedback Friday

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have identified a new attack method that abuses Unicode to stealthily inject vulnerabilities into code.

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[TheRecord] Panasonic discloses four-months-long data breach

Japanese electronics giant Panasonic has disclosed on Friday a major security breach after an unidentified threat actor had gained access to its internal network. The Osaka-based company said it detected the security breach earlier this month, on November 11. “As the result of an internal investigation, it was determined that some data on a file […]

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[TheRecord] Microsoft fixes OMIGOD bugs in secret Azure app

As part of its monthly Patch Tuesday security updates, Microsoft has patched a collection of four vulnerabilities in OMI, a mostly unknown application that the company has been silently installing on most Linux-based Azure virtual machines and related systems. Called Open Management Infrastructure (OMI), the app is the Linux equivalent of Microsoft’s Windows Management Infrastructure […]

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[SecurityWeek] Cloud Backup Company Rewind Raises $65 Million

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Cloud backup company Rewind has announced raising $65 million in a Series B funding round, which brings the total amount invested in the firm to more than $80 million. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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