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CISA says it has tested BlueKeep on a machine running Windows 2000 and achieved remote code execution. The agency has advised users and administrators to install available patches, upgrade their operating system, disable unnecessary services, enable Network Level Authentication (NLA) if available, and block TCP port 3389 at the perimeter firewall. CISA’s alert comes less […]

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A leading cybersecurity firm found evidence Chinese intelligence operatives repurposed National Security Agency hacking technology in 2016 to attack American allies and private firms in Europe and Asia, according to the New York Times. Researchers with Symantec believe the Chinese government captured the code from an NSA attack on their own systems rather than stealing […]

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Politico and the Washington Post said the Moscow-based maker of anti-malware products told the National Security Agency that one of its contractors, Harold Martin, had contacted it via cryptic messages on Twitter. The messages arrived at Kaspersky shortly before unknown hackers known as the “Shadow Brokers” made available on the internet an assembly of advanced […]

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