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The newly discovered malware is the first ransomware variant to go after Japanese speakers, demanding ransom fees that range from $500 to $3600.
A URL flaw that impacts mobile boarding passes for airlines, such as Southwest and Delta, was discovered on Tuesday.
The organization alerted partner companies of a breach that took place in July, in which attackers attempted to glean sensitive information.
The security firm which specializes in authentication, is also a founding member of the FIDO Alliance, which recently published its Universal Authentication Framework.
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