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Energy providers from around the world, including the United States, Canada, and Japan, have reportedly been targeted by state-sponsored North Korean hacker group Lazarus, also known as APT38. According to Cisco’s Talos Intelligence group(opens in new tab), the campaign intends to infiltrate organizations around the world in the interests of establishing long-term access and subsequently […]

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Google has addressed recent US government calls to crack down on threats related to the Log4j vulnerability, saying it backs the warnings and unveiled how exactly it plans to fight back. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently published a report on the Log4j vulnerability, saying it could linger on unpatched endpoints(opens in new […]

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It’s going to take years, maybe even a decade, to completely eradicate the threat posed by the Log4j(opens in new tab) vulnerability, security experts have warned. The US Government Cyber Safety Review Board has analyzed what caused the Log4j flaw, and tried to come up with solutions, lessons, and other key takeaways for affected businesses. […]

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