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Threat actors have been exploiting the newly disclosed zero-day flaw in Palo Alto Networks PAN-OS software dating back to March 26, 2024, nearly three weeks before it came to light yesterday. The network security company’s Unit 42 division is tracking the activity under the name Operation MidnightEclipse, attributing it as the work of a single […]

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Nation-state hackers including Russian military intelligence and hackers backed by China have used OpenAI large language models for research and to craft phishing emails, the artificial intelligence company disclosed Tuesday in conjunction with major financial backer Microsoft. Threat actors linked to Iran and North Korea also used GPT-4, OpenAI said. Nation-state hackers primarily used the […]

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According to court documents, in November 2022, the man, Joseph Garrison, 19, used username and password pairs from other data breaches to access approximately 60,000 user accounts at the target site that were using the same passwords. Although not named in the documents presented in court, DraftKings, which in November 2022 reported falling victim to […]

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