[SecurityWeek] Intel, AMD Patch High Severity Security Flaws

Chipmakers Intel and AMD this week released patches for multiple security vulnerabilities in a wide range of product lines, including fixes for a series of high-risk issues in software drivers.

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[ESET] European police bust major online investment fraud ring

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The operation was carried out against an organized group that used online trading platforms to swindle victims out of US$36 million The post European police bust major online investment fraud ring appeared first on WeLiveSecurity Source: Read More (WeLiveSecurity)

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[SecurityWeek] ‘World’s Leading Bank Robbers’: North Korea’s Hacker Army

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[TheRecord] Microsoft to require admin rights before using Windows Point and Print feature

Microsoft has released today a security update that will change the default behavior of the “Point and Print” feature to mitigate a severe security issue disclosed last month. First added in Windows 2000, the Point and Print feature works by connecting to a print server to download and install necessary print drivers every time a user creates […]

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