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War crimes trial takes a fresh twist

The US Air Force has opened an investigation into a "malware" infection – which it is blaming on lawyers employed by the US Navy who are working on a war crimes case.…

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An anonymous hacker with an online alias "SandboxEscaper" today released proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code for a new zero-day vulnerability affecting Windows 10 operating system—that's his/her 5th publicly disclosed Windows zero-day exploit [1, 2, 3] in less than a year.

Published on GitHub, the new Windows 10 zero-day vulnerability is a privilege escalation issue that could allow a local
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SandboxEscaper Releases New Windows Zero-Day In Windows 10, New Satan Ransomware Variant With New Exploits, Free Decrypter For JSWorm 2.0



Latest Hacking News Podcast #288 on Latest Hacking News.

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After Facebook and Twitter, Google becomes the latest technology giant to have accidentally stored its users' passwords unprotected in plaintext on its servers—meaning any Google employee who has access to the servers could have read them.

In a blog post published Tuesday, Google revealed that its G Suite platform mistakenly stored unhashed passwords of some of its enterprise users on
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An unprotected database hosted on Amazon Web Service (AWS) has exposed millions of records publicly. The database allegedly contained scraped



Unsecured Database Exposed 49 Million Instagram Influencers Records From Scraped Data on Latest Hacking News.

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Vulnerability can be exploited to turn users into system stars, no patch available yet

A bug-hunter who previously disclosed Windows security flaws has publicly revealed another zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft's latest operating systems.…

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High-quality cybersecurity posture is typically regarded as the exclusive domain of the large and heavy resourced enterprises – those who can afford a multi-product security stack and a skilled security team to operate it.

This implies a grave risk to all organizations who are not part of this group, since the modern threat landscape applies to all, regardless of size and vertical.

What is
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Biz app login details encrypted at rest, though, ad giant insists

Google admitted Tuesday its paid-for G Suite of cloudy apps aimed at businesses stored some user passwords in plaintext albeit in an encrypted form.…

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Elastic, the company behind the most widely used enterprise search engine ElasticSearch and the Elastic Stack, today announced that it has decided to make core security features of the Elastic Stack free and accessible to all users.

ELK Stack or Elastic Stack is a collection of three powerful open source projects—Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana—that many large and small companies are
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