[ZDNet] Canadian officials take down dark web marketplace, issue $300,000 in fines

Officials said they shut down CanadianHQ, which they claimed was one of the largest Dark Web marketplaces in the world.

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[SecurityWeek] SolarWinds Shares More Information on Cyberattack Impact, Initial Access Vector

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Texas-based IT management company SolarWinds on Friday shared more information on the impact of the significant breach disclosed late last year, and claimed that less than 100 of its customers were actually hacked. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[HackerNews] APT C-23 Hackers Using New Android Spyware Variant to Target Middle East Users

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A threat actor known for striking targets in the Middle East has evolved its Android spyware yet again with enhanced capabilities that allow it to be stealthier and more persistent while passing off as seemingly innocuous app updates to stay under the radar. The new variants have “incorporated new features into their malicious apps that […]

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Leaky Buddies: Cross-Component Covert Channels on Integrated CPU-GPU Systems arxiv.org/pdf/2011.09642.pdf Integrated GPUs share some resources with the CPU and as a result, there is a potential for microarchitectural attacks from the GPU to the CPU or vice versa. We believe this type of attack, crossing the component boundary (GPU to CPU or vice versa) is […]

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