[SecurityWeek] Mexico Arrests Suspect in Pegasus Spyware Case

Mexican prosecutors said Monday that they had detained a man accused of spying on a journalist using the Pegasus software at the center of a global spyware scandal.

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[SecurityWeek] VMware Patches Critical Flaw Reported by Sanctioned Russian Security Firm

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VMware has patched another critical vulnerability reported by Positive Technologies, a Russian cybersecurity firm that was sanctioned recently by the United States. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[BleepingComputer] Ethereum urges Go devs to fix severe chain-split vulnerability

Ethreum project is urging developers to apply a hotfix to squash a high-severity vulnerability. The chain-split vulnerability tracked as CVE-2021-39137, impacts “Geth,” the official Golang implementation of the Ethereum protocol. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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[TheRecord] Tencent bows to Beijing’s pressure, opens WeChat groups to social media rivals

Chinese internet giant Tencent said on Monday that it will allow more content from third-party social media rivals to open directly within its popular WeChat app, bowing to pressure from the central government, which has pushed for more interoperability among China’s Big Tech companies. In an announcement covered by the official People’s Daily newspaper, Tencent […]

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