[ZDNet] Exchange Server bug: Patch now, but multi-factor authentication might not stop these attacks, warns Microsoft

Even if an Exchange account has multi-factor authentication enabled, an attacker could use this vulnerability to compromise email accounts.

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[SecurityWeek] ‘Trojan Source’ Attack Abuses Unicode to Inject Vulnerabilities Into Code

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[ZDNet] PJCIS recommends passage of Bill that will allow incidental collection of Australian data

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[NCSC-NL] NCSC-NL publishes the Guide to Cyber Security Measures

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To increase the digital resilience of companies and organisations, the NCSC-NL has published the newly translated Guide to Cyber Security Measures. This lists eight measures that every organisation should take to prevent cyber-attacks. Source: Read More (National Cyber Security Centre – News items)

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