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Researchers have identified several high-risk vulnerabilities in a popular model of pneumatic tube systems (PTS) that are used by many hospitals to transport sensitive materials including lab specimens, blood products, tests and medications between different departments. The flaws could enable attackers to sabotage or hold the systems hostage, which can potentially have a negative impact […]

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In an effort to raise awareness among both private companies and government agencies, cybersecurity agencies from the US, the UK and Australia have published a new joint advisory which contains information on the most exploited security flaws from last year and so far this year. As reported by The Record, the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure […]

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A newly discovered threat group dubbed Praying Mantis is targeting businesses in the U.S by exploiting vulnerabilities in internet-facing web applications to steal credentials and other data, the security firm Sygnia says. Sygnia, which also refers to the threat group as TG1021, says the campaign has been ongoing since June 2020. In some cases the […]

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