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At the 2020 Tianfu Cup International PWN Contest, which took place earlier this month in China, participants earned a total of more than $1.2 million for exploits targeting Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Adobe Reader, Docker, VMware ESXi, CentOS, the iPhone, the Samsung Galaxy S20 phone, Windows, and routers from TP-Link and Asus. The 360 ESG Vulnerability […]

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It’s bad enough that many ransomware gangs now have blogs where they publish data stolen from companies that refuse to make an extortion payment. Now, one crime group has started using hacked Facebook accounts to run ads publicly pressuring their ransomware victims into paying up. On the evening of Monday, Nov. 9, an ad campaign […]

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Earlier this month, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) warned organizations making ransomware payments that they risk violating economic sanctions imposed by the government against cybercriminal groups or state-sponsored hackers. The advisory has the potential to disrupt the ransomware monetization model, but also puts victims, their insurers and incident response providers […]

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