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The Australian Federal Police (AFP) on Monday disclosed it’s working to gather “crucial evidence” and that it’s collaborating with overseas law enforcement authorities following the hack of telecom provider Optus. “Operation Hurricane has been launched to identify the criminals behind the alleged breach and to help shield Australians from identity fraud,” the AFP said in […]

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Cybersecurity researchers have taken the wraps off a new and entirely undetected Linux threat dubbed OrBit, signally a growing trend of malware attacks geared towards the popular operating system. The malware gets its name from one of the filenames that’s utilized to temporarily store the output of executed commands (“/tmp/.orbit”), according to cybersecurity firm Intezer. […]

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When used in synergy, two recently discovered Windows flaws allow threat actors to run malware on a target endpoint(opens in new tab), researchers have found. The two flaws are a Windows Search zero-day, and a Microsoft Office OLEObject flaw. Through the use of a weaponized Word document, the Search zero-day can be used to automatically […]

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