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Jim Koohyar Biniyaz

DuckDuckGo launches email service to get rid of trackers in emails

The developers of the search engine DuckDuckGo  have created an email service that removes any trackers from incoming messages, which, for example, help create user profiles...

Microsoft has released its own Linux distribution

This week Microsoft posted on GitHub the first stable build of its own Linux distribution,  CBL-Mariner (Common Base Linux), which was published under the open source...

1 TB of data stolen from oil company Saudi Aramco

Attackers stole 1 TB of confidential data from the Saudi Arabian Oil Company, the national oil company of Saudi Arabia, which is now being...

HelloKitty Cryptographer Attacks Vulnerable SonicWall Devices

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS CISA) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency (DHS CISA) has warned that attackers are attacking a "known, previously patched vulnerability" in...

Chrome 0-day vulnerability – 8th Vulnerability this year

Google developers have released an updated version of the Chrome browser for Windows, Mac and Linux ( 91.0.4472.164 ), which eliminated a zero-day vulnerability in the...

Recently fixed issue in Serv-U was attacked by Chinese hack group DEV-0322

Earlier this week, SolarWinds developers  patched an RCE vulnerability (CVE-2021-35211) in Serv-U and warned that hackers were already exploiting the problem. According to the company, the vulnerability...

TrickBot is back with a new user tracking module

Despite attempts to disable the infrastructure of the TrickBot botnet, there are no signs that the malware will go away any time soon. Bitdefender cybersecurity...

The Ransomwhere project creates a database of ransomware payments

Project  Ransomwhere , created by a student at Stanford University and a researcher at the IB-Krebs Stamos Group Jack Cable, creates a free and open database...