[ZDNet] Missouri apologizes to 600k teachers who had SSNs and private info exposed

Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is offering 620,000 former and current teachers 12 months of credit and identity theft monitoring resources through IDX.

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[TheRecord] Suspected Chinese state-linked threat actors infiltrated major Afghan telecom provider

Four distinct infiltrations by suspected Chinese-state sponsored threat actors stole gigabytes of data from the corporate mail server of major Afghan telecom provider Roshan within the past year, with data exfiltration by some spiking during the Taliban’s recapture of the country, according to new research from Recorded Future’s Insikt Group. The attacks highlight China’s intelligence […]

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[ThreatPost] 100m T-Mobile Customer Records Purportedly Up for Sale

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The seller claims to have sucker-punched U.S. infrastructure out of retaliation. The offer: 30m records for ~1 penny each, with the rest being sold privately. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[SecurityWeek] Vulnerability in Lasso Library Impacts Products From Cisco, Akamai

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A high-severity vulnerability discovered recently in an open source library named Lasso has been found to impact products from Cisco and Akamai, as well as Linux distributions. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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