Maintenance Mode aims to keep phone data private during repairs

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We take a look at a new mode developed by Samsung which aims to keep data safe during a repair.

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Update now! October patch Tuesday fixes actively used zero-day…but not the one you expected

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No fix for ProxyNotShell

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Update now! Microsoft patches two zero-days

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The September 2022 Patch Tuesday updates includes two zero-day vulnerabilities, one of which is known to be used in attacks

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Leaked Chats Show LAPSUS$ Stole T-Mobile Source Code

Credit to Author: BrianKrebs| Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2022 13:09:39 +0000

KrebsOnSecurity recently reviewed a copy of the private chat messages between members of the LAPSUS$ cybercrime group in the week leading up to the arrest of its most active members last month. The logs show LAPSUS$ breached T-Mobile multiple times in March, stealing source code for a range of company projects. T-Mobile says no customer or government information was stolen in the intrusion. LAPSUS$ is known for stealing data and then demanding a ransom not to publish or sell it. But the leaked chats indicate this mercenary activity was of little interest to the tyrannical teenage leader of LAPSUS$, whose obsession with stealing and leaking proprietary computer source code from the world’s largest tech companies ultimately led to the group’s undoing.

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The Original APT: Advanced Persistent Teenagers

Credit to Author: BrianKrebs| Date: Wed, 06 Apr 2022 17:55:38 +0000

Many organizations are already struggling to combat cybersecurity threats from ransomware purveyors and state-sponsored hacking groups, both of which tend to take days or weeks to pivot from an opportunistic malware infection to a full blown data breach. But few organizations have a playbook for responding to the kinds of virtual “smash and grab” attacks we’ve seen recently from LAPSUS$, a juvenile data extortion group whose short-lived, low-tech and remarkably effective tactics are putting some of the world’s biggest corporations on edge.

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Globant suffers network breach due to LAPSUS$ compromise

Credit to Author: Jovi Umawing| Date: Fri, 01 Apr 2022 18:56:37 +0000

LAPSUS$ is a young group believed to be ran by teenagers. In their latest heist, they leaked data from Globant, a software firm.

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Update now! Microsoft patches three zero-day vulnerabilities on Patch Tuesday

Credit to Author: Pieter Arntz| Date: Wed, 09 Mar 2022 19:51:59 +0000

Microsoft has released its Patch Tuesday updates which includes three zero-days and three critical vulnerabilities.

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How brain-machine interface (BMI) technology could create an Internet of Thoughts

Credit to Author: Pieter Arntz| Date: Mon, 05 Aug 2019 15:00:00 +0000

Several companies are developing brain-machine interface (BMI) technologies for medical applications in the near future. Will this lead to connecting the human brain to the cloud, creating an Internet of Thoughts? Or will practical, ethical, and security concerns stop progress.

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