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Lenovo says it has fixed two major security vulnerabilities plaguing many of its ThinkBook, IdeaPad, and Yoga laptops, and is now urging users to apply the fix as soon as possible. Due to human error, the issues mean that a threat actor would potentially be able to deactivate the UEFI Secure Boot tool, letting them […]

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A flaw discovered in some Xiaomi phones(opens in new tab) could have cost users their hard-earned money. Cybersecurity experts from Check Point Research (CPR) found a flaw in the devices’ mobile payment mechanism, which threat actors could have used to sign fake payments, essentially stealing people’s money. “We discovered a set of vulnerabilities that could […]

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As many as 121 new security flaws were patched by Microsoft as part of its Patch Tuesday updates for the month of August, which also includes a fix for a Support Diagnostic Tool vulnerability that the company said is being actively exploited in the wild. Of the 121 bugs, 17 are rated Critical, 102 are […]

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