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SonicWall Fixes Critical Bug Allowing SMA 100 Device Takeover

SonicWall Fixes Critical Bug Allowing SMA 100 Device Takeover SonicWall has patched a critical security flaw impacting several Secure Mobile Access (SMA) 100 series products that can let unauthenticated attackers remotely gain admin access on targeted devices. The SMA 100 series appliances vulnerable to attacks targeting the improper access control

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Google: Manifest V2 Chrome Extensions To Stop Working In 2023

Google: Manifest V2 Chrome Extensions To Stop Working In 2023 Google has shared the phase-out timeline for Manifest V2 Chrome extensions and its plans to bring Manifest V3 to full feature parity. Extension capabilities are restricted using a mechanism called extension manifest. Google made available the new version, Manifest V3, when Chrome 88 was

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Microsoft Gets Windows 11 Ready For Release With New Build

Microsoft Gets Windows 11 Ready For Release With New Build Microsoft has moved Windows 11 to the Windows Insider ‘Release’ channel in anticipation of its upcoming launch on October 5th. Until today, the Windows Insider Release channel has been offering users Windows 10 21H2 (v19044), which is expected to be

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Hacking Group Used ProxyLogon Exploits to Breach Hotels Worldwide

Hacking Group Used ProxyLogon Exploits to Breach Hotels Worldwide A newly discovered cyberespionage group has been targeting hotels worldwide around the world since at least 2019, as well as higher-profile targets such as governments, international organizations, law firms, and engineering companies. Slovakian internet security firm ESET spotted the hacking group

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Apple Patches New Zero-day Bug Used to Hack iPhones and Macs

Apple Patches New Zero-day Bug Used to Hack iPhones and Macs Apple has released security updates to fix a zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild by attackers to hack into iPhones and Macs running older iOS and macOS versions. The zero-day patched today (tracked as CVE-2021-30869) [1, 2] was found in the

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Malware Devs Trick Windows Validation With Malformed Certs

Malware Devs Trick Windows Validation With Malformed Certs Google researchers spotted malware developers creating malformed code signatures seen as valid in Windows to bypass security software. This tactic is actively used to push OpenSUpdater, a family of unwanted software also known as riskware, which injects ads into victims’ browsers and installs other unwanted

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