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But employees say whether the layoffs are fresh or previously announced, they’re still losing their jobs.
US SEC staff have recommended legal action against individual SolarWinds employees, in an unusual move that is causing a stir among cybersecurity professionals.
The threat actors are distributing their malware via the Play Store, and already had over 30,000 installations as of March.
AquaSec analysed a sample of 1.25 million GitHub repositories and found that about 37,000 of them are vulnerable to RepoJacking, including companies such as Google and Lyft.
China-sponsored APT group Flea ran a malware campaign against ministries of foreign affairs in North and South America using a new backdoor dubbed Graphican, according to the Symantec Threat Hunter Team.
While currently used to push adware, the campaign can redirect users to other types of malware, such as banking trojans to steal credentials and financial information or ransomware.
The vulnerability stemmed from incomplete input validation of user-supplied .tar files as it pertains to the names of the files contained within the archive.
As exploits against vulnerabilities increase overall, Palo Alto Networks' research unit has observed a jump in attempts to mimic ChatGPT through squatting domains.
Vehicle data and customer information were exposed for over eight years due to a cloud misconfiguration at Toyota Motor that impacted over 260,000 customers.
The biggest victim of the cryptocurrency hack on Atomic Wallet was an individual who reportedly lost $7.95 million in Tether.
North Korean hackers stole more virtual currency in 2022 than in any previous year, with estimates ranging from $630 million to over $1 billion — reportedly doubling Pyongyang’s total cybertheft proceeds in 2021.
Microsoft 365 suffered another outage on Monday, preventing users from accessing Microsoft 365 apps.
A network security review of Micron products sold in China has revealed that these products pose a significant security risk to the country’s key information infrastructure supply chain.
Cybercrime gang Lemon Group has managed to get malware known as Guerrilla preinstalled on the devices.