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An unofficial security patch has been made available for a new Windows zero-day vulnerability in the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (MSDT), even as the Follina flaw continues to be exploited in the wild. The issue — referenced as DogWalk — relates to a path traversal flaw that can be exploited to stash a malicious executable […]

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The PHMSA has proposed civil penalties of $986,000 for the operator of the largest fuel pipeline in the US for what it has described as control room management failures. In May 2021, Colonial Pipeline was forced to shut down operations after its systems became infected with ransomware. The attack involved the Russia-linked Darkside ransomware and […]

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Lawmakers are split on the next steps that should be taking to secure key transportation avenues like air and rail against cyber threats. Alarms about the risks to transportation have grown louder since the Colonial Pipeline hack, but lawmakers disagree over whether directives from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) go too far or not far […]

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