[SecurityWeek] New ETW Attacks Can Allow Hackers to ‘Blind’ Security Products

Researchers have described two new attack methods that can be used to “blind” cybersecurity products that rely on a logging mechanism named Event Tracing for Windows (ETW).

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[SecurityWeek] T-Mobile Confirms Data Breach Impacts Millions of Customers

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[TheRecord] Robinhood discloses security breach and extortion attempt

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