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China's Hackers Crack Devices at Tianfu Cup for $1.5M in Prizes

China's premier hackers will target web browsers, operating systems, mobile devices, and even a car at Tianfu Cup.

China's premier hackers will target web browsers, operating systems, mobile devices, and even a car at Tianfu Cup.


'Clumsy' BlackByte Malware Reuses Crypto Keys, Worms Into Networks

Discovered during a recent incident response engagement, the malware avoids Russian computers and uses a single symmetric key for encrypting every compromised system.

Discovered during a recent incident response engagement, the malware avoids Russian computers and uses a single symmetric key for encrypting every compromised system.



Enterprise Data Storage Environments Riddled With Vulnerabilities

Many organizations are not properly protecting their storage and backup systems from compromise, new study finds.

Many organizations are not properly protecting their storage and backup systems from compromise, new study finds.


US Water and Wastewater Facilities Targeted in Cyberattacks, Feds Warn

CISA, FBI, and NSA issue advisory and defense practices to help these utilities thwart "ongoing" threats targeting IT and OT networks.

CISA, FBI, and NSA issue advisory and defense practices to help these utilities thwart "ongoing" threats targeting IT and OT networks.


6 Lessons From the Expiration of the Let's Encrypt Root Certificate

Fallout from the transition highlights the need for organizations to monitor and have processes for updating CA roots, experts say.

Fallout from the transition highlights the need for organizations to monitor and have processes for updating CA roots, experts say.


VirusTotal Shares Data on Ransomware Activity

Google's online malware scanning service analyzed 80 million ransomware samples that were uploaded in the past year-and-a-half.

Google's online malware scanning service analyzed 80 million ransomware samples that were uploaded in the past year-and-a-half.


Worried Over Antitrust Debate, Apple Talks Sideloading Dangers

Apple argues in a position paper that sideloading apps poses a major security threat to its users, as many lawmakers and technologists criticize its App Store as a monopoly.

Apple argues in a position paper that sideloading apps poses a major security threat to its users, as many lawmakers and technologists criticize its App Store as a monopoly.


Microsoft Fixes Zero-Day Flaw in Win32 Driver

A previously known threat actor is using the flaw in a broad cyber-espionage campaign, security vendor warns.

A previously known threat actor is using the flaw in a broad cyber-espionage campaign, security vendor warns.


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