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It appears that not even the iconic Windows logo is safe from malware(opens in new tab) anymore, as some cybercriminals managed to successfully hide malicious code inside it. Cybersecurity experts at Symantec claim to have spotted one such campaign using a process of hiding malicious code in otherwise harmless images, otherwise known as steganography. It […]

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According to early data from Sonatype’s 8th annual State of the Software Supply Chain Report, an average 700% jump in cyberattacks against open source projects/repositories has been recorded over the last three years. To capitalize on weaknesses in upstream open source ecosystems, cybercriminals continue to target organizations through open source repositories. They contribute malware-infected software […]

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Texas’ last independent nonprofit medical center is struggling to bring itself back online two weeks after a ransomware attack involving cybercriminals who want a payoff in the tens of millions of dollars. The incident, discovered on Sept. 1, forced OakBend Medical Center to limit communications with the outside world by yanking offline its email and […]

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