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| |F5, CISA Warn Of Critical BIG-IP And BIG-IQ RCE Bugs F5, CISA Warn Of Critical BIG-IP And BIG-IQ RCE Bugs
| |Chicago Suburb To Become First City To Give Black Residents Reparations As Vote On Housing Assistance Draws Close Chicago Suburb To Become First City To Give Black Residents Reparations As Vote On Housing Assistance Draws Close
| |Facial Recognition Company Sued By California Activists Civil liberties activists are suing a company that provides facial recognition services to law enforcement agencies and private companies around the world, contending that Clearview AI illegally stockpiled data on 3 billion people without...
| |ZIPX Files That Arent: Keep A Weather Eye Out For Disguised Malware In Email Attachments Especially if youre routinely handling RAR files Malware-peddling spammers are using a curious variation on the old custom file-extension dodge to evade scanning tools, according to Trustwave.…
| |Tausight Raises $20M To Protect Healthcare Data Patient data protection provider Tausight this week announced that it has raised $20 million in Series A funding.
| |S3 Ep23: Hafnium Happenings, I See You, And Pythonic Poison [Podcast] New episode - listen now! (And find out what HAFNIUM really stands for.)
| |Icon Files Abused In Malspam To Spread NanoCore Trojan 11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from ZDNet .zipx has been employed to deploy both Lokibot and NanoCore malware.
| |Cowbell Cyber Raises $20 Million, Aims To Build Out Its AI-drive Cyber Insurance Platform 11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from ZDNet Cowbell Cyber aims to automate data collection with its cloud platform, provide observability and monitoring and then combine it with risk scoring, actuarial science and underwriting.
| |The Year Of Living Remotely: Lets Swap Pandemic Stories 11th Mar 2021 [one month ago] from ZDNet We asked ZDNet editors to tell us about their year -- when the the world turned upside down and inside out. Please join us, leave a comment, and share what your year has been like as well.
| |At Least 10 Threat Actors Targeting Recent Microsoft Exchange Vulnerabilities At least 10 threat actors are currently involved in the targeting of Microsoft Exchange servers that are affected by recently disclosed zero-day vulnerabilities, according to cybersecurity firm ESET.
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