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Hunting vulnerabilities.

Hunting vulnerabilities.

Palo Alto Networks releases hotfixes for an exploited zero-day. Delinea issues an urgent update for a critical flaw. Giant Tiger data is leaked online. A European semiconductor manufacturer deals with a data breach. Roku suffers its second breach of the year. Operators of the Hive RAT face charges. A former Amazon security engineer gets three years in prison for hacking cryptocurrency exchanges. Zambian officials arrest 77 in a scam call center crack down. Our guest Deputy Assistant Director Cynthia Kaiser from the FBI Cyber Division describes dual ransomware. And Rob Boyce, Managing Director at Accenture, shares his thoughts on security testing of generative AI. And selling Pokemon cheats leaves one man in Japan feeling like he had a run-in with a Scaldiburn.   Read More 

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Intel and Lenovo BMCs Contain Unpatched Lighttpd Server Flaw

Intel and Lenovo BMCs Contain Unpatched Lighttpd Server Flaw

[[{“value”:”A security flaw impacting the Lighttpd web server used in baseboard management controllers (BMCs) has remained unpatched by device vendors like Intel and Lenovo, new findings from Binarly reveal.
While the original shortcoming was discovered and patched by the Lighttpd maintainers way back in August 2018 with version 1.4.51, the lack of a CVE identifier or an advisory meant that”}]]   Read More 

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