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A now-patched security flaw in Microsoft Outlook could be exploited by threat actors to access NT LAN Manager (NTLM) v2 hashed passwords when opening a specially crafted file. The issue, tracked as CVE-2023-35636 (CVSS score: 6.5), was addressed by the tech giant as part of its Patch Tuesday updates for December 2023. “In an email […]

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A significant number of popular websites still allow users to choose weak or even single-character passwords, researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have found. Websites’ lax creation policies for passwords The researchers used an automated account creation method to assess over 20,000 websites across the Tranco top 1M and evaluate the password creation policies users […]

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Some of the most popular mobile password managers on Android have a serious security flaw that could cause the worst problem possible for users – leaking their credentials. Known as “Autospill,” the vulnerability involves a bug in the autofill function on Android devices. It was discovered by researchers at the International Institute of Information Technology […]

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