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WRC-TV in Washington reports that the internet hacking group Maze posted some of the data stolen from Fairfax County Public Schools, including student disciplinary records and grades, to prove its hack was successful. The school system confirmed the hack and said it is investigating and working with law enforcement. Tina Williams, president of the Fairfax […]

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Attackers are using this time of crisis to go after victims with targeted campaigns. The biggest threats are phishing attacks related to COVID-19. Attackers are also setting up COVID-19-related domain names and enticing people to click on them. Anomali recently released a report that identified at least 15 distinct COVID-19-related campaigns associated with 11 threat […]

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Vulnerability management vendor Rapid7 has launched a new community-driven platform that allows security professionals to exchange information about emerging flaws to better understand their impact and determine likelihood of those vulnerabilities being exploited by attackers. Called AttackerKB, the platform was launched as a closed beta program in January and was opened to the public April […]

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