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- Accellion Kiteworks contain XSS vulnerabilities
- Pegasus creators claim malware only sold ...
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- GoDaddy customers target of phishing scam
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A series of flaws affecting the consumer security suite Kaspersky Internet Security was patched by Kaspersky Lab.
A NSO Group spokesman claims Pegasus malware was only sold to governments under signed agreements to be used in a lawful manner.
The FBI said foreign hackers made their way into voter databases in two states in recent weeks, the latest indication of potential problems to come in November's presidential election.
Eschewing the bug bounty route, a cybersecurity firm which detected a flaw in a medical device from St. Jude Medical, partnered with an investment firm to capitalize on its knowledge and short sell stock in the device manufacturer.
The same cybergang that launched attacks against the Pentagon, State Department and DNC is also believed to have targeted Russia-focused think tanks in the U.S.
Accellion Kiteworks appliance versions prior to kw2016.03.00 contain multiple vulnerabilities which can allow an attacker to conduct cross-site scripting attacks or to view limited sets of files.
Several web pages associated with the former file-sharing site Megaupload - seized by the FBI over four years ago in an online piracy investigation - are now serving up pornographic content and junk ads.
In what seems like a real email message from GoDaddy, users are prompted to upgrade storage within 24 hours, otherwise their emails account will be suspended
DATA BREACH BLOG
Sacramento County has notified citizens that their data may have been exposed for nearly a year.
A laptop taken home by an employee of the Whitehead Nursing Home was stolen.
Patient records were compromised at Bon Secours, a nonprofit health care provider.
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