Malware hunters at Microsoft have caught an Austrian hack-for-hire company exploiting zero-day flaws in Windows and Adobe software products in “limited and targeted attacks” against European and Central American computer users. read more
Technically, it’s not a fine, and the lawyers will get a big chunk of it. But it still adds up to a half-billion-dollar data breach.
Chrome has had QUIC for sometime now. I use QUIC as well with Syncthing.
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A never-before-seen Linux malware has been dubbed a “Swiss Army Knife” for its modular architecture and its capability to install rootkits. This previously undetected Linux threat, called Lightning Framework by Intezer, is equipped with a plethora of features, making it one of the most intricate frameworks developed for targeting Linux systems. “The framework has both passive and active
FBI used a honeypot phone.
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