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In their 2024 cybersecurity outlook, WatchGuard researchers forecast headline-stealing hacks involving LLMs, AI-based voice chatbots, modern VR/MR headsets, and more in the coming year. Companies and individuals are experimenting with LLMs to increase operational efficiency. But threat actors are learning how to exploit LLMs for their own malicious purposes as well. During 2024, the WatchGuard […]

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A Russian national pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court for his role in developing TrickBot. Operators of the malware targeted hospitals and healthcare centers with ransomware attacks during the height of the novel coronavirus pandemic. Vladimir Dunaev, 40, pleaded guilty in the U.S. District Court for the District of Northern Ohio on Thursday to one […]

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The United States on Thursday sanctioned North Korean cyberespionage threat actor Kimsuky, known for its social engineering campaigns against targets it suspects of holding intelligence on geopolitical events and negotiations affecting the Hermit Kingdom. The Department of the Treasury leveled sanctions against the threat actor and eight North Korean agents accused of facilitating sanctions evasions […]

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