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Researchers warn of severe risks from ‘Printjack’ printer attacks

A team of Italian researchers has compiled a set of three attacks called 'Printjack,' warning users of the significant consequences of over-trusting their printer.

Multiple Vulnerabilities Spotted In Zoom Video Conferencing App

Exploiting the vulnerabilities could risk users' privacy, hence, all Zoom clients, on-premise apps users must update to receive the fixes.

Microsoft's Windows software bundling practices cause anger in EU

A coalition of companies is calling on the EU to keep Microsoft in check, arguing that the company's current bundling of Teams, OneDrive, and Windows is giving the Redmond-based tech giant an unfair advantage.

Finland Faces Blizzard of Flubot-Spreading Text Messages

Millions of texts leading to the Flubot spyware/banking trojan are targeting everyone who uses Androids in the country, in an “exceptional” attack.

Panasonic’s Data Breach Leaves Open Questions

Cyberattackers had unfettered access to the technology giant's file server for four months.

Hacking Fingerprints With a $5 Setup To Bypass Biometric Authentication

A 3D print of the target user's fingerprint on white glue allows hacking any biometric authentication device or scanner.

New Windows 10 zero-day gives admin rights, gets unofficial patch

Free unofficial patches have been released to protect Windows users from a local privilege escalation (LPE) zero-day vulnerability in the Mobile Device Management Service impacting all Windows 10 versions from v1809 to v21H1.

Italy's Antitrust Regulator Fines Google and Apple for "Aggressive" Data Practices

An Italian antitrust regulator fined Google and Apple for "aggressive" data practices.

IKEA email systems hit by ongoing cyberattack

IKEA is battling an ongoing cyberattack where threat actors are targeting employees in internal phishing attacks using stolen reply-chain emails.

Germany to force ISPs to give discounts for slow Internet speeds

A new regulation coming in the form of an amendment in the Telecommunications Act of Germany could radically change the relationship between consumers and internet service providers.

Microsoft Edge adds Super Duper Secure Mode to Stable channel

Microsoft has quietly added a 'Super Duper Secure Mode' to the Microsoft Edge web browser, a new feature that brings security improvements without significant performance losses.

Over nine million Android devices infected by info-stealing trojan

A large-scale malware campaign on Huawei's AppGallery has led to approximately 9,300,000 installs of Android trojans masquerading as over 190 different apps

Apple sues Israeli spyware firm NSO Group

Apple is the latest in a string of firms and governments to go after the hacking tool firm.

How to find hidden spy cameras with a smartphone

Researchers have devised a mobile app that uses a smartphone's time-of-flight sensor to find tiny spy cameras hidden in everyday objects.

New Windows zero-day with public exploit lets you become an admin

A security researcher has publicly disclosed an exploit for a new Windows zero-day local privilege elevation vulnerability that gives admin privileges in Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows Server.

GoDaddy’s Latest Breach Affects 1.2M Customers

The kingpin domain registrar has logged its fifth cyber-incident since 2018, after an attacker with a compromised password stole email addresses, SSH keys and database logins.

Multiple Vulnerabilities In Zoom Apps Risk Meetings’ Security

Zoom patched all the vulnerabilities affecting its on-premise apps that could allow spying on users' Meetings.

UK govt warns thousands of SMBs their online stores were hacked

The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) says it warned the owners of more than 4,000 online stores that their sites were compromised in Magecart attacks to steal the payment info of customers.

It’s 2021 But People are Still Using These Dumb Passwords

The world as we knew it changed over the last year but not our stupid love for “password” and “123456.”

Microsoft: Office 365 will boost default protection for all users

Microsoft is rolling out Built-In Protection to Defender for Office 365, a new feature that would automatically enable recommended settings and policies to make sure all new and existing users get at least a basic level of protection.

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