[ThreatPost] Emotet Resurfaces on the Back of TrickBot After Nearly a Year

Researchers observed what looks like the Emotet botnet – the “world’s most dangerous malware” – reborn and distributed by the trojan it used to deliver.

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[SecurityWeek] Misconfigured Apache Airflow Instances Expose Sensitive Information

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Security researchers with Intezer have discovered several misconfigured Apache Airflow instances that exposed sensitive information to anyone on the Internet. Improperly secured, the Airflow instances were found to expose credentials of cloud services providers, social media platforms, and payment processing services, including AWS, Slack, PayPal, and others. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[ZDNet] NortonLifeLock fiscal Q4 tops expectations, sees double-digit long-term revenue growth

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It was the company’s first formal annual meeting with Wall Street analysts since its split from Symantec in 2019. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[TheRecord] When Ransomware Hits Rural America

Westmoreland, Kansas is the seat of Pottawatomie County and home to around 750 of its 25,000 residents. The town was a stop on the Oregon Trail and is littered with references to that network of covered wagons that carried hundreds of thousands of people across the American west in the mid-1800s.  But in recent weeks […]

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