The number of APT groups "exploiting the latest Exchange vulnerabilities grows, with thousands of email servers under siege" according to security company ESET.
Slovakian security firm ESET says it has detected at least three additional threat groups using a zero-day in Microsoft Exchange Server in attacks, even as the US Government issued an emergency directive telling all US federal bodies to patch Exchange and report on exploitation by noon on Friday.
Hardly three months after a series of Mac computers, powered by new M1 chips, was launched, a security researcher has discovered malware written specifically for this platform.
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Sock it to 'em, Sam!
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