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TuxCare Newsletter Ed. 34
Ransomware has been a thorn in the side of organizations worldwide for years now. In a happy turn of events, there was a big win against the operators behind one of the largest ransomware operators.
Startling new Google findings reveal that a significant portion of zero-day exploits trace back to commercial spyware vendors, highlighting the alarming nexus between profit motives and the proliferation of digital vulnerabilities.
Sometimes it's difficult to distinguish intended from unintended consequences. A "prank" gone wrong over the holidays made life more difficult for Node.js developers and showed why we can't have nice things.
Security researchers, known for their inquisitive and unconventional methods, have recently scrutinized UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface), revealing significant weaknesses called LogoFAIL vulnerabilities.
Shrinking Time – Everything Speeds Up: In our digital age, the only constant is change, and the pace is ever-accelerating. From rapid advancements in AI to stringent new regulations from the SEC, the world of cybersecurity is facing monumental shifts.
In a landmark move, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has issued Wells Notices to executives of SolarWinds, signaling potential legal action related to the 2020 cyberattack on its infrastructure.
It is very easy to dismiss claims of “your information can be stolen,” “you’ll lose all your critical data,” or “you can be liable for losing your customers’ confidential information” until you’re actually hit by such an event...