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The flaws, tracked as CVE-2021-25337, CVE-2021-25369 and CVE-2021-25370, have been chained and exploited against Android phones, but they impact custom Samsung components. The security holes have been described as an arbitrary file read/write issue via a custom clipboard content provider, a kernel information leak, and a use-after-free in the display processing unit driver. Read More

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The first year of a Chinese law requiring mandatory disclosure to the government of vulnerability reports correlates to a period of increased zero-day exploitation by Beijing-backed hackers. That’s the conclusion from computing giant Microsoft, which says the mandatory disclosure regulation “might enable elements in the Chinese government to stockpile reported vulnerabilities toward weaponizing them.” Read […]

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“The attack was multi-directional, including from inside the Russian Federation,” the Polish Senate said in a statement. Polish Senate speaker Tomasz Grodzki said it may be linked to the Senate’s vote Wednesday declaring the Russian government a “terrorist regime”. The Slovak parliament’s deputy speaker Gabor Grendel told AFP: that “Parliament’s entire computer network has been […]

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