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Researchers spot attackers using an existing phishing obfuscation tactic in order to better ensure recipients fall for their scam.
Kenyan data protection regulator issues monetary penalties to multiple firms for improper handling of personal data.
By Deeba Ahmed
JetBrains has fixed this flaw in version 2023.05.4 of the product released on September 18. It also released a security advisory but didn't disclose technical details of the vulnerability for now.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: JetBrains Patches Severe TeamCity Flaw Allowing RCE and Server Hijacking
Sophisticated attacks on MGM and Caesars underscore the reality that even robust identity and access management may not be enough to protect you.
The victim shaming site operated by the Snatch ransomware group is leaking data about its true online location and internal operations, as well as the Internet addresses of its visitors, KrebsOnSecurity has found. The leaked data suggest that Snatch is one of several ransomware groups using paid ads on Google.com to trick people into installing malware disguised as popular free software, such as Microsoft Teams, Adobe Reader, Mozilla Thunderbird, and Discord.
At the time of writing, over 300 pages of Bard AI user conversations were indexed on Google Search.
This is a post from HackRead.com Read the original post: Google Indexed Trove of Bard AI User Chats in Search Results
A deceitful threat actor claims its biggest haul yet. But what, if any, Sony data does it actually have?