- iLeakage gives hackers access passwords and sensitive data on iOS and macOS browsers.
- 0ktapus is "one of the world's most dangerous financial criminal groups" says Microsoft.
- Apple backs national right-to-repair bill.
- Pro-Russia hackers exploiting 0-day in Roundcube webmail software.
- 9 innovative ways to boost security hygiene for Cyber Awareness Month
- Josh Kuo, Senior Educator and SME in Cyber Security of Infoblox talks about why we need Punycode and how DNS can be a security solution for malicious Punycode.
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- Microsoft: 0ktapus Cyberattackers Evolve to 'Most Dangerous' Status
- Apple backs national right-to-repair bill, offering parts, manuals, and tools
- Pro-Russia hackers target inboxes with 0-day in webmail app used by millions
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