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Vulnerability in Cloudflare CDN puts almost 13% of sites on the Internet at risk of being hacked

The issue affects CDNJS, a content delivery network designed to accelerate the delivery of JavaScript libraries. The company Cloudflare, which provides CDN services, has fixed...

D-Link removed hardcoded credentials from its router

D-Link developers have eliminated several vulnerabilities by releasing new firmware for the DIR-3040 AC3000 router. Thanks to these bugs, attackers could execute arbitrary code, gain...

CVE-2021-3452 – Lenovo patches a vulnerability affecting dozens of ThinkPad models

Lenovo has released information on three BIOS vulnerabilities in two desktop models and approximately 60 different notebook computers. The first issue, identified as CVE-2021-3452, threatens dozens of...

PrintNightmare vulnerability : Microsoft warns of attempts to exploit

Microsoft has not announced when the patch for the vulnerability will be released. Microsoft has officially confirmed that the acclaimed remote code execution vulnerability known as PrintNightmare...

Authorities shut down DoubleVPN service popular with hackers

As a result of an international law enforcement operation led by Europol, the Russian VPN service DoubleVPN, which is very popular among cybercriminals, was...

How to prevent a ransomware attack at the last minute

Experts said that they were able to find during the investigation of an attempted ransomware attack. The cybercriminal group installed software for remote computer control...

Free decryptor for Lorenz ransomware has appeared

Dutch company Tesorion has released a free decryptor for data affected by Lorenz ransomware attacks. Now some files can be recovered for free, without paying...

More than 100 Dell models at risk due to BIOSConnect bugs

Eclypsium has discovered a number of vulnerabilities related to the BIOSConnect function  (provides remote firmware update and OS recovery functions), which is part of the Dell SupportAssist utility. The problem...