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Russian telco hijacks internet traffic for Google, AWS, Cloudflare, and others

Earlier this week, traffic meant for more than 200 of the world's largest content delivery networks (CDNs) and cloud hosting providers was suspiciously redirected through Rostelecom.

Microsoft’s case study: Emotet took down an entire network in just 8 days

Microsoft shared details of the Emotet attack suffered by an organization named Fabrikam in the Microsoft’s DART Case Report 002, where Fabrikam is a fake name the IT giant gave the victim.

Australian Digital Health Agency reveals two 'probable' instances of Medicare fraud

In its annual report, the ADHA, the agency responsible for oversight of My Health Record, revealed a handful of occurrences where the security of the medical records system was compromised.

TLS 1.3: Slow adoption of stronger web encryption is empowering the bad guys

The first iteration of TLS – 1.0 – was based upon SSL 3.0, and was published in 1999 by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF)

Cybercrime and disinformation during the pandemic

Cybercrime is evolving since criminals have been quick to seize opportunities to exploit the pandemic by adapting their tactics and engaging in new criminal activities.

Australian government advice on how to avoid coronavirus-related scams and cyber threats

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has published guidance for small and micro businesses along with advice on web conferencing.

Zoom concedes custom encryption is substandard as Citizen Lab pokes holes in it

Citizen Lab, a research group within the University of Toronto, has been able to drive a proverbial truck through the encryption used by video conferencing app Zoom.

New York City schools won't be using Zoom anymore because of security concerns

The city's Department of Education is directing schools to "move away from using Zoom as soon as possible, and students and staff will be transitioning to Microsoft Teams.

A Hacker Found a Way to Take Over Any Apple Webcam

A researcher publicly shared new findings about vulnerabilities that would have allowed an attacker to exploit three Safari bugs in succession and take over a target's webcam and microphone.

Docker servers targeted by new Kinsing malware campaign

According to the security researcher, once the hackers find a Docker instance with an exposed API port, they use the access provided by this port to download and install the Kinsing malware.

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