NetWalker Ransomware’s Sites Seized by Law Enforcement

Law enforcement authorities in the U.S. and Europe have seized the dark web sites associated with the NetWalker ransomware operations and also charged a Canadian national in relation to the malware.
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Ten-Year Old Sudo Vulnerability Gives Root Privileges on Host

A major security hole in the Sudo utility could be abused by unprivileged users to gain root privileges on the vulnerable host, Qualys reports.
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CISA Issues Advisory for High-Severity Vulnerabilities in Fuji Electric HMI Products

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) this week released an advisory to inform industrial organizations that some SCADA/HMI products made by Japanese electrical equipment company Fuji Electric are affected by potentially seri… Continue reading CISA Issues Advisory for High-Severity Vulnerabilities in Fuji Electric HMI Products

Pwn2Own 2021: Hackers Offered $200,000 for Zoom, Microsoft Teams Exploits

Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative (ZDI) on Tuesday announced the targets, prizes and rules for the Pwn2Own Vancouver 2021 hacking competition, a hybrid event scheduled to take place on April 6-8.
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Firefox Cracks Down on Supercookies to Improve User Privacy

Mozilla this week announced further improvements to user privacy in Firefox, through the isolation of network connections and caches, thus essentially cracking down on supercookies.
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