YouTube shuts down viral ‘hack’ for getting cheaper Premium subscription

Some customers were paying as little as $1 a month for a service that usually costs $14 a month.

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Flipper Zero: ‘Can you really hack Wi-Fi networks?’ and other questions answered

You have Flipper Zero questions. I have answers.

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UK Health Club Chain ‘Total Fitness’ Data Leak Exposes KYC and Card Data

UK-based health and fitness chain Total Fitness suffered a significant data breach leaving member photos, names, and even bank details vulnerable online. Learn how to protect yourself and what went wrong at Total Fitness.

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DDoS Attack Targets Poland’s UEFA Euro Opening Match

The stream was briefly knocked offline, preventing millions of fans from accessing the game. Poland’s head of digital services says “all leads lead to the Russian Federation.”

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Long-Running Chinese Espionage Campaign Targets Telecom Firms in Asian Country

A years-long espionage campaign has targeted telecoms companies in Asia with tools associated with Chinese groups.

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‘Vortax’ Meeting Software Builds Elaborate Branding, Spreads Infostealers

The “Markopolo” threat actors built a convincing brand and Web presence for fake software to deliver the dangerous Atomic macOS stealer, among other malware, to carry out cryptocurrency heists.

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French Diplomatic Entities Targeted in Russian-Linked Cyber Attacks

State-sponsored actors with ties to Russia have been linked to targeted cyber attacks aimed at French diplomatic entities, the country’s information security agency ANSSI said in an advisory.
The attacks have been attributed to a cluster tracked by Microsoft under the name Midnight Blizzard (formerly Nobelium), which overlaps with activity tracked as APT29, BlueBravo, Cloaked Ursa, Cozy Bear,

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Catching Up on Innovation With NIST CSF 2.0

The updated framework is an equalizer for smaller organizations to meet the industry at its breakneck pace of innovation.

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OpenAI Co-Founder Sutskever Sets up New AI Company Devoted to ‘Safe Superintelligence’

Ilya Sutskever’s new company is focused on safely developing “superintelligence” – a reference to AI systems that are smarter than humans.

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Researchers Uncover UEFI Vulnerability Affecting Multiple Intel CPUs

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed details of a now-patched security flaw in Phoenix SecureCore UEFI firmware that affects multiple families of Intel Core desktop and mobile processors.
Tracked as CVE-2024-0762 (CVSS score: 7.5), the “UEFIcanhazbufferoverflow” vulnerability has been described as a case of a buffer overflow stemming from the use of an unsafe variable in the Trusted Platform

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