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A novel class of vulnerabilities could be leveraged by threat actors to inject visually deceptive malware in a way that’s semantically permissible but alters the logic defined by the source code, effectively opening the door to more first-party and supply chain risks. Dubbed “Trojan Source attacks,” the technique “exploits subtleties in text-encoding standards such as […]

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The video game industry is soaring, not in the least thanks to the lockdowns, which forced people to look for new ways to entertain themselves and socialize. Even with things going back to normal, gaming is expected to have a very bright future. Newzoo estimates the industry to gross 175.8 billion USD in 2021, which […]

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An advertisement on an underground forum seeks testers for an under-construction version of the malware builder called “Chaos,” researchers at Trend Micro report. Trend Micro says it’s been monitoring the latest Chaos development activity since June. “While it’s purportedly a .NET version of Ryuk, closer examination of the sample reveals that it doesn’t share much […]

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