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ESET researchers discovered Kobalos, a malware that has been attacking supercomputers – high performance computer (HPC) clusters – as well as other targets such as a large Asian ISP, a North American endpoint security vendor, and several privately held servers. “Perhaps unrelated to the events involving Kobalos, there were multiple security incidents involving HPC clusters […]

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Chrome 86.0.4240.183 for Windows, macOS, and Linux was pushed to the stable channel with patches for a total of seven vulnerabilities, all of which feature a severity rating of high. The bugs include CVE-2020-16004 (use after free in user interface), CVE-2020-16005 (insufficient policy enforcement in ANGLE), CVE-2020-16006 (inappropriate implementation in V8), CVE-2020-16007 (insufficient data validation […]

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Called MATA, the platform appears to have been in use since spring 2018 to target computers running Windows, Linux, and macOS. The framework, which consists of components such as a loader, an orchestrator, and plugins, is believed to be linked to the prolific North Korean hacking group Lazarus. Active since 2009 or earlier and also […]

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The Multi-Model Database:
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