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Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Gigabyte has been attacked by a ransomware operator, who has reportedly encrypted and exfiltrated over 100 GB of sensitive data . Gigabyte has acknowledged reports of the cyberattack, claiming that it’d affected a small number of servers, according to the Chinese news site United Daily News. While Gigabyte has not officially revealed […]

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New security threats emerge almost continuously, meaning we now deal with a known unknown. In the past year alone, malware and ransomware use has sharply increased, 43% of total breaches focused on web applications, and the trend of new vulnerabilities in hardware has continued to accelerate. This ever-increasing threat landscape has become a massive headache […]

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The chipmaker’s Patch Tuesday updates for February 2021 were described in 19 advisories, including four that cover high-severity vulnerabilities. The list of high-severity flaws includes a privilege escalation issue in the Intel Solid State Drive (SSD) Toolbox, and a denial-of-service (DoS) flaw in the XMM 7360 Cell Modem that can be exploited by an unauthenticated […]

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