A blog post published by the security firm Flashpoint on 22 October appears to have been the starting point for the claim that a supposedly new ransomware gang Groove was a hoax and one designed to make both security firms and the media look foolish.
A ransomware gang known as Groove is claimed to have been an elaborate hoax meant to deceive the security sector and the media, with even a site backed by a CIA-funded threat intelligence firm falling for the spoof.
The people behind a new ransomware group, Groove, have threatened to start attacking public sector businesses in Ukraine if the government of that country does not stop extraditing citizens to the US.
Xbox Music is gone, replaced by Groove, as is Xbox Video, replaced by Movies & TV, as Microsoft seeks to ensure Windows 10’s entertainment cred isn’t forgotten.
April's Patch Tuesday will see the release of nine security bulletins by Microsoft, two of them rated critical.
The first Patch Tuesday for 2013 has rolled around, and Microsoft has released seven security bulletins addressing a dozen vulnerabilities. It's also one of those months when Adobe releases updates alongside Microsoft.
Microsoft has released three security bulletins this month, one rated critical, the other two important.
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