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Eisai suffers ransomware...

Eisai, a Japanese pharmaceutical company, announced that it was the victim of a ransomware attack on Saturday, June 3. The hack targeted the company’s computers and logistical systems, encrypting sensitive...

Malware created with ChatGPT evades...

The use of ChatGPT has resulted in the creation of malicious software capable of evading detection and reaction from traditional antivirus and endpoint detection and response (EDR) systems. Through prompts,...

Western Digital releases update for...

Western Digital, SanDisk’s parent firm, has discreetly revealed that their wildly popular SanDisk Extreme Pro portable solid-state drives (SSDs) were faulty, and has released a firmware update. The acknowledgement comes...

Red Hat Improves Software Supply...

Red Hat introduced a solution called the Red Hat Trusted Software Supply Chain that increases resistance to vulnerabilities in the software supply chain. This innovation introduces two new cloud services:...

Camaro Dragon exploits TP-Link...

Check Point Research published a report on the activities of Camaro Dragon, a Chinese state-sponsored advanced persistent threat (APT) group that was using a customized implant to compromise a specific...

BatLoader campaign fosters false ChatGPT...

eSentire Threat Response Unit (TRU) experts have discovered an ongoing BatLoader campaign that uses Google Search Ads to drive unwary consumers to fake web pages touting AI-based services such as...

PPAs Management Improved in Ubuntu...

Canonical confirmed that they had been developing a new method for managing PPAs (Personal Packaging Archives) in the next Ubuntu 23.10 (Mantic Minotaur) release. The development of Ubuntu 23.10 began...

Teltonika networks’ IIoT products vulnerable...

Claroty and Otorio have discovered severe flaws in Teltonika Networks’ Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) devices, posing a substantial danger to operational technology (OT) networks. The investigation uncovered eight flaws...

SentinelOne warns of increase in...

SentinelOne has issued a warning regarding an increase in the number of new ransomware families created exclusively for VMware ESXi systems. These dangerous apps are based on the circulating Babuk...

Capterra reveals rise in software...

According to a recent Capterra survey, an alarming 61% of U.S. organizations have suffered significant repercussions as a result of software supply chain vulnerabilities in the last year, underlining the...

Lazarus’ “Operation DreamJob” campaign targets...

ESET has discovered a new Lazarus campaign as part of “Operation DreamJob,” marking the first instance of malware targeting Linux users and verifying Lazarus’ participation in the recent supply-chain assault...

Strategies for effective patch management...

Core technologies including encryption, password management, and two-factor authentication are being evaluated as threat actor protection tactics, however, patch management should not be forgotten in the drive to safeguard organizations...

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