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Dec 05, 2022Ravie LakshmananEndpoint Security / Data Protection A new data wiper malware called CryWiper has been found targeting Russian government agencies, including mayor’s offices and courts. “Although it disguises itself as a ransomware and extorts money from the victim for ‘decrypting’ data, [it] does not actually encrypt, but purposefully destroys data in the affected
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In this article BTC.CM= FTT.CM= Follow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNT FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried attends a press conference at the FTX Arena in downtown Miami on Friday, June 4, 2021. Matias J. Ocner | Miami Herald | Tribune News Service | Getty Images Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced former CEO of FTX — the bankrupt
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Apple supplier Foxconn expects its COVID-hit Zhengzhou plant in China to resume full production around late December to early January, a Foxconn source said on Monday, after worker unrest disrupted the world’s biggest iPhone factory. The Zhengzhou plant has been grappling with strict COVID-19 restrictions that have fuelled discontent among workers over conditions at the
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Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte speaks with U.S. President Joe Biden. The U.S. has been putting pressure on the Netherlands to block exports to China of high-tech semiconductor equipment. The Netherlands is home to ASML, one of the most important companies in the global semiconductor supply chain. Susan Walsh | AFP | Getty Images Washington
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A previously undocumented Go-based malware is targeting Redis servers with the goal of taking control of the infected systems and likely building a botnet network. The attacks involve taking advantage of a critical security vulnerability in the open source, in-memory, key-value store that was disclosed earlier this year to deploy Redigo, according to cloud security
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IBM has fixed a high-severity security vulnerability affecting its Cloud Databases (ICD) for PostgreSQL product that could be potentially exploited to tamper with internal repositories and run unauthorized code. The privilege escalation flaw (CVSS score: 8.8), dubbed “Hell’s Keychain” by cloud security firm Wiz, has been described as a “first-of-its-kind supply-chain attack vector impacting a
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