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Pro-Russian cybercriminals attempted to attack a number of targets during the recent Eurovision Song Contest 2022, including the show itself, organizers have confirmed. Italian police said its cybersecurity department blocked a number of attacks against national network infrastructure during both Saturday’s Eurovision grand final and two earlier semi-finals. Read More

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Zero-day vulnerabilities have always had something of a special reputation in the cybersecurity space. These software bugs are exploited for attacks before the flaw is known to the software vendor and so before a patch is available. As a result, these security holes are theoretically far harder to defend against and are a more attractive […]

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Fake Windows 10 updates are being used to spread the Magniber ransomware strain, reports suggest. Ransomware continues to be a scourge for consumers and businesses alike, but Magniber mainly seems to be targeting students and other non-professional users, according to Bleeping Computer sources. Based on the Magnitude exploit kit, the strain first appeared in 2017 […]

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