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Google discloses Windows zero-day exploited in the wild

The zero-day is expected to be patched on November 10, which is the date of Microsoft's next Patch Tuesday, according to Ben Hawkes, team lead for Project Zero, Google's vulnerability research team.

Microsoft US election warning: Attackers hit Windows 10 Netlogon flaw

The company issued another alert on Thursday following its warning in September that attackers were exploiting the elevation of privilege vulnerability affecting Netlogon Remote Protocol (MS-NRPC).

ADHA records two My Health Record security incidents in FY20

The agency responsible for oversight of My Health Record has revealed there were two incidents that compromised the medical records system during the 2019-20 financial year.

Decentralized Finance Service Harvest Finance Loses Millions in Massive Hack

The hack took place earlier today and was almost immediately confirmed by Harvest Finance administrators in messages posted on the company's Twitter account and Discord channel.

NSW government sets up cyber and privacy resilience group to keep customer data safe

The formation of a so-called, dedicated taskforce that will focus on cyber resiliency and privacy risks across government was in response to an attack the state government suffered earlier this year.

Over 100 irrigation systems left exposed online without a password

Security Joes discovered the exposed irrigation systems which were running ICC PRO, a top-shelf smart irrigation system designed by Motorola for use with agricultural, turf, and landscape management.

The rise of the social bandits: How politics, injustice shapes how we view hacktivism

"If they don't listen to us, do they deserve it?" is the question being asked in a new study exploring modern attitudes surrounding the legitimacy of cybercriminal activities.

KashmirBlack botnet behind attacks on CMSs like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, others

KashmirBlack, a highly sophisticated botnet is believed to have infected hundreds of thousands of websites by attacking their underlying content management system (CMS) platforms.

Four more European nations sign onto US 5G security agreements

The Slovak Republic, Bulgaria, and North Macedonia all made a joint declaration with the United States, while Kosovo signed a memorandum of understanding. The text of all four were very similar.

Phishing groups are collecting user data, email and banking passwords via fake voter registration forms

Days ahead of the US Presidential Election, spam groups are using voter registration-related lures to trick people into accessing fake government sites and give away their personal data.

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