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  1. ESET researchers describe the ins and outs of a zero-day exploit that has been used for a highly targeted attack and reveal the name of the threat actor that deployed it

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  2. What mounting public concern about falling victim to cybercrime says about government and corporate efforts at cybercrime deterrence

    The post Cybercrime seen to be getting worse: The time to act is now appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  3. ESET research reveals notorious crime group also conducting espionage campaigns for the past five years

    The post Buhtrap group uses zero‑day in latest espionage campaigns appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  4. ESET research discovers a zero-day exploit that takes advantage of a local privilege escalation vulnerability in Windows

    The post Windows zero‑day CVE‑2019‑1132 exploited in targeted attacks appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  5. The times they have a-changed since the ICO could only slap fines worth a fraction of the current amounts

    The post UK’s data watchdog hands out two mega‑fines for breaches appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  6. ESET researchers have discovered a malicious campaign distributing a backdoor via torrents, with Korean TV content used as a lure

    The post Malicious campaign targets South Korean users with backdoor‑laced torrents appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  7. Chinese smart home solutions provider Orvibo has leaked two billion logs from devices managed via its cloud platform, exposing sensitive information about their users

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  8. A trifecta of issues impact the organization’s cyber-resilience and conspire to put it in the firing line of cyberattacks

    The post NHS warned to act now to keep hackers at bay appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. The leak, which has since been plugged, exposed a range of highly specific and sensitive information about users

    The post Two billion user logs leaked by smart home vendor appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  10. “Sounds bad”, the former Equifax CIO wrote in a text after learning of the breach that ended up affecting almost half the US population

    The post Ex‑Equifax executive sent to jail for insider trading after breach appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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