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Critical bug in GitLab allows you to take over other people’s accounts

GitLab has fixed a critical vulnerability that allowed remote attackers to gain access to user accounts using hard-coded passwords. CVE-2022-1162  affected both GitLab Community Edition (CE) and Enterprise Edition...

Okta: Lapsus$ tried to hack into a support engineer’s laptop in January

The hackers dispute Okta's claim that the hack was unsuccessful. Approximately 375 customers (2.5%) of Okta were allegedly affected by a cyber attack by the Lapsus$ ransomware...

CISA adds 95 new CVEs to its list of exploited vulnerabilities

CISA called for bug fixes in software from Cisco, Microsoft, Adobe, Oracle, and other companies. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added 95 new...

Google Releases Hotfix for 0-Day Vulnerability in Chrome

Google developers have released Chrome version 98.0.4758.102 (for Windows, Mac and Linux), which fixes a zero-day vulnerability that has already been exploited by hackers. The issue in...

50% reduction in Google account hacks after enabling 2SV

One of the main problems is the lack of understanding by users of the benefits of additional authorization procedures. It turns out that with just...

Hackers who hacked cybersecurity companies are back again after five years

As part of Operation #LeakTheAnalyst, hackers allegedly hacked into F5 Networks and released customer data. The hacker group 31337 appears to be back again after...

Trickbot ransomware wanted to open 6 offices in St. Petersburg

Internal correspondence between the leaders of the group sheds light on its structure and activities. The Wired edition managed to get acquainted with previously unpublished...

Let’s Encrypt revokes 2 million certificates

This Friday (January 28, 2022), non-profit organization Let's Encrypt plans to revoke approximately two million SSL/TLS certificates because they were not issued correctly. In a white paper,...