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Owned by Japan Post, Toll has over 40,000 employees and claims to have a global logistics network that spans across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries. The company said it discovered a piece of ransomware on its systems on Friday, January 31, and rushed to disable some systems in order to contain the incident. […]

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Concerns about Huawei’s 5G rollout topped the agenda of a third US-France cybersecurity meeting, Washington’s top cyber diplomat Robert Strayer told reporters in Paris. The United States did not ask France for a Huawei ban, he said, but for strong protections against potential “malicious intrusions” from software and firmware updates of any systems provided by […]

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Microsoft informed customers last Friday that Internet Explorer is affected by a zero-day vulnerability. The flaw has been described as a memory corruption issue that can be exploited for remote code execution by getting the targeted user to visit a specially crafted website with an affected version of the browser. The flaw affects the scripting […]

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