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Microsoft warns Azure customers of Exim worm

Microsoft has issued a warning to Azure customers on Friday about a Linux worm spreading via Exim servers, which has also infected some Azure installations. The worm, first reported by ZDNet earlier this week, and later detailed in more depth by the Cybereason team, infects Exim email servers using the ...

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Mysterious Iranian group is hacking into DNA sequencers

Web-based DNA sequencer applications are under attack from a mysterious hacker group using a still-unpatched zero-day to take control of targeted devices. The attacks have started two days ago, on June 12, and are still going on, according to Ankit Anubhav, a security researcher with NewSky Security, who shared his ...

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AMCA data breach has now went over the 20 million mark

A security breach at American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA), a provider of billing services for the US healthcare sector, has now exposed the personal and financial information of over 20 million Americans, possibly more. The exposed data belongs to Americans who paid laboratory work at various clinical and blood testing ...

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Yubico to replace vulnerable YubiKey FIPS security keys

Image: Yubico Yubico said today it plans to replace certain hardware security keys because of a firmware flaw that reduces the randomness of cryptographic keys generated by its devices. Affected products include models part of the YubiKey FIPS Series, a line of YubiKey authentication keys certified for use on US ...

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CBP says hackers stole license plate and travelers’ photos

(Image: file photo) The US Customs and Border Protection agency admitted today to a data breach that occurred at one of its subcontractors, during which a hacker stole license plate and facial recognition photos. “CBP learned that a subcontractor, in violation of CBP policies and without CBP’s authorization or knowledge, ...

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Diebold Nixdorf warns customers of RCE bug in older ATMs

Diebold Nixdorf, one of the world’s largest ATM vendors, will notify customers starting next week about ways to secure older Opteva-branded ATMs against a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability that was publicly disclosed this week. Details about this vulnerability have been published on Medium on Monday, June 4, by a ...

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