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Maze ransomware confirms shut down operations
As Maze retires, clients turn to Sekhmet ransomware spin-off Egregor
FBI warns of large-scale imminent ransomware attack against U.S. hospitals
Maze ransomware is shutting down its cybercrime operation
Google reveals the most powerful DDoS attack in history… albeit three years late
NSA: Top 25 vulnerabilities actively abused by Chinese hackers
"Bad Neighbor": Windows ICMP vulnerability can lead to DoS and (maybe) remote code execution
Google warns of 'zero-click' Bluetooth vulnerability in Linux-based IoT devices
Unpatched (and unpatchable?) Apple T2 chip flaw
Four npm packages found uploading user details
Windows XP leak confirmed after user compiles the leaked code into a working OS
Ransomware victims that pay up could incur steep fines from Uncle Sam
Attackers are actively exploiting the ZeroLogon issue
Windows XP source code allegedly leaked online
Zerologon: trivial exploit to get full control of a Windows Domain Controller
BLESA: Bluetooth security flaw
Microsoft warns of cyberattacks on Trump and Biden election campaigns
BLURtooth: Bluetooth issue that enables MitM attack
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