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|· Hackers tried to cause a blast at a Saudi petrochemical plant
|· Russia-linked Sofacy APT targets an unnamed European Government agency
|· The Book : Digging the Deep Web: Exploring the dark side of the web
|· Unsecured AWS S3 bucket managed by Walmart jewelry partner exposes data of 1.3M customers
|· DHS and FBI accuse Russian Government of hacking US critical infrastructure
|· Experts discovered remotely exploitable buffer overflow vulnerability in MikroTik RouterOS
|· Facebook confirms Cambridge Analytica stole its data and used it to influence US voters
|· Iran-linked group TEMP.Zagros now targets Asia and Middle East regions
|· Expedia-owned travel website Orbitz says 880,000 payment cards hit in data breach
|· Frost Bank announced it has suffered a data breach that exposed check images
|· Supreme Court in Russia ruled Telegram must provide FSB encryption keys
|· Uber Self-Driving Car struck and killed a woman in Tempe, Arizona
|· A flaw in Ledger Crypto Wallets could allow to drain your cryptocurrency accounts. Fix it!
|· AMD will release the patches for the recently discovered flaws very soon
|· Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) hacked over the weekend
|· Windows Remote Assistance flaw could be exploited to steal sensitive files
|· Google is distributing more Meltdown and Spectre Patches for Chrome OS devices
|· TeleRAT, a new Android Trojan that uses Telegram for data exfiltration
|· Zuckerberg on Cambridge Analytica case: we made mistakes
|· A highly critical flaw affects Drupal 7 and 8 core, Drupal security updates expected on March 28th
|· City of Atlanta paralyzed by a ransomware attack, is it SAMSAM?
|· GitHub Security Alerts are keeping developers code safer
|· Lone DNC Hacker Guccifer 2.0 is linked to the GRU, the Russian military intelligence agency
|· US imposes sanctions on nine Iranian hackers involved in a massive state-sponsored hacking scheme