[SecurityWeek] Serious Vulnerabilities Found in Wi-Fi Module Designed for Critical Industrial Applications

More than 20 vulnerabilities have been identified by Cisco’s Talos research and threat intelligence unit in a Lantronix Wi-Fi module designed for critical industrial and commercial applications.

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[ESET] State‑sponsored or financially motivated: Is there any difference anymore?

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[TheRecord] Microsoft uncovers giant Phishing-as-a-Service operation

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