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- Security researchers have released a new decryption tool which should come to the rescue of some victims of a modified version of the Conti ransomware, helping them to recover their encrypted data for free. Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
- Free decryptor released for Conti-based ransomware following data leak
- Android phones can be hacked just by someone knowing your phone number
- Smashing Security podcast #313: Tesla twins and deepfake dramas
- Microsoft has another go at closing security hole exploited by Magniber ransomware
- Software supply chain attacks are on the rise — are you at risk?
- STALKER 2 hacker demands Ukrainian game developer reinstates Russian language support, or else…
- FBI reveals that more money is lost to investment fraud than ransomware and business email compromise combined
- WhatsApp and UK government on collision course, as app vows not to remove end-to-end encryption
- Pirated copies of Final Cut Pro infect Macs with cryptojacking malware
- TSA tells US aviation industry to boost its cybersecurity
- Smashing Security podcast #312: Super grannies, bar trolls, and US Marshals
- Study reveals companies are wasting millions on unused Kubernetes resources
- Vice Society publishes data stolen during Vesuvius ransomware attack
- Trezor crypto wallets under attack in SMS phishing campaign
- WH Smith investigates hacking attack after employee data stolen
- Indigo Books & Music refuses to pay ransom after hackers stole employee information
- Smashing Security podcast #311: TikTok, wiretapping, and your deepfake voice is your password
- “Ethical hacker” amongst those arrested in Dutch ransomware investigation
- The cloud’s worst kept secret? Vulnerabilities
- That ticking noise is your end users’ laptops
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