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Microsoft warns Azure customers of Exim worm

Microsoft has issued a warning to Azure customers on Friday about a Linux worm spreading via Exim servers, which has also infected some Azure installations. The worm, first reported by ZDNet earlier this week, and later detailed in more depth by the Cybereason team, infects Exim email servers using the ...

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Google expands Android’s built-in security key to iOS devices

Image: Google In April, Google announced a groundbreaking technology that could allow Android users to use their smartphones as hardware security keys whenever logging into Google accounts on their laptops or work PCs. Initially, the technology was made available for Chrome OS, macOS, and Windows 10 devices. Today, Google announced ...

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Diebold Nixdorf warns customers of RCE bug in older ATMs

Diebold Nixdorf, one of the world’s largest ATM vendors, will notify customers starting next week about ways to secure older Opteva-branded ATMs against a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability that was publicly disclosed this week. Details about this vulnerability have been published on Medium on Monday, June 4, by a ...

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Westpac confirms misuse of PayID lookup function

Westpac has confirmed its PayID lookup function has been misused, but affirmed no customer bank account numbers were compromised as a result. As initially reported by Nine newspapers, Westpac witnessed 600,000 PayID lookups stemming from seven compromised Westpac Live accounts. Citing a memo sent to Australia’s finance community, the report ...

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Russian military moves closer to replacing Windows with Astra Linux

Image: RusBITech Russian authorities have moved closer to implementing their plan of replacing the Windows OS on military systems with a locally-developed operating system named Astra Linux. Last month, the Russian Federal Service for Technical and Export Control (FSTEC) granted Astra Linux the security clearance of “special importance,” which means ...

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Faulty database script brings Salesforce to its knees

Salesforce is going through one of its biggest outages ever after the company was forced to shut down large chunks of its infrastructure earlier today. At the heart of the outage was a change the company made to its production environment that broke access permission settings across organizations and gave ...

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