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open IT networks under attack via critical Confluence zero-day. Patch now 16
open Make-me-root 'Looney Tunables' security hole on Linux needs your attention 47
By mpi
open 'Gay furry hackers' brag of second NATO break-in, steal and leak more data 9
open Red Cross lays down hacktivism law as Ukraine war rages on 4
open CISA barred from coordinating with social media sites to police misinformation 30
open Trio of TorchServe flaws means PyTorch users need an urgent upgrade 2
open US v Sam Bankman-Fried trial begins ... as imploded crypto-biz boss sues his insurer 14
open Co-founder of collapsed crypto biz Three Arrows cuffed at airport 3
open Security researchers believe mass exploitation attempts against WS_FTP have begun 14
By rcxb
open AWS stirs the MadPot – busting bot baddies and eastern espionage 5
open Yes, Singapore immigration plans to scan your face instead of your passport 16
By munnoch
open Now MOVEit maker Progress patches holes in WS_FTP 9
open Microsoft Bing Chat pushes malware via bad ads 16
open PhD student guilty of 3D-printing 'kamikaze' drone for Islamic State terrorists 49
By Casca
open Norway wants Facebook behavioral advertising banned across Europe 24
open Chinese snoops stole 60K State Department emails in that Microsoft email heist 4
open Feds' privacy panel backs renewing Feds' S. 702 spying powers — but with limits 2
open DARPA takes its long-duration Manta undersea drone for a test-dip 3
By Julz
open After failing at privacy, again, Google is working to keep Bard chats out of Search 10
open China's national security minister rates fake news among most pressing cyber threats 8
open NYC rights groups say no to grocery store spycams and snooping landlords 13
open ROBOT crypto attack on RSA is back as Marvin arrives 9
By ceplma
open MOVEit breach delivers bundle of 3.4 million baby records 7
open Ukraine accuses Russian spies of hunting for war-crime info on its servers 21
open Mixin suspends deposits and withdrawals after $200m cryptocurrency heist 37
open T-Mobile US exposes some customer data – but don't call it a breach 9
open Apple squashes security bugs after iPhone flaws exploited by Predator spyware 6
open ESA gets the job of building Europe's secure satcomms network 4
By druck
open US govt IT help desk techie 'leaked top secrets' to foreign nation 15
open TransUnion reckons big dump of stolen customer data came from someone else 6
open Cisco spends $28B on data cruncher Splunk in cybersecurity push 5
open Menacing marketeers fined by ICO for 1.9M cold calls 35
open India's biggest tech centers named as cyber crime hotspots 2
By Vader
open Data breach reveals distressing info: People who order pineapple on pizza 98
open Feds raise alarm over Snatch ransomware as extortion crew brags of Veterans Affairs hit 3
By big_D
open Signal adopts new alphabet jumble to protect chats from quantum computers 19
open International Criminal Court hit in cyber-attack amid Russia war crimes probe 22
By Cav
open Pot calls the kettle hack as China claims Uncle Sam did digital sneak peek first 14
By bpfh
open Robocall scammers sentenced in US after netting $1.2M via India-based call centers 14
open Sysadmin and spouse admit to part in 'massive' pirated Avaya licenses scam 21
open Singapore may split liability for phishing losses between banks and victims 14
open Marvell disputes claim Cavium backdoored chips for Uncle Sam 8
open Russian allegedly smuggled US weapons electronics to Moscow 23
open The Clorox Company admits cyberattack causing 'widescale disruption' 8
open Australia to build six 'cyber shields' to defend its shores 26
open Thousands of Juniper Junos firewalls still open to hijacks, exploit code available to all 6
open Former CIO accuses Penn State of faking cybersecurity compliance 5
By PRR
open Microsoft worker accidentally exposes 38TB of sensitive data in GitHub blunder 21
open California passes bill to set up one-stop data deletion shop 13
open Cryptojackers spread their nets to capture more than just EC2 3

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