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  1. Report finds increase in anonymous vuln reports

    The number of vulnerability reports provided by Chinese information security researchers has fallen sharply, according to research by think tank The Atlantic Council, which also found a strangely commensurate increase in bug reports from unknown sources.…

  2. Will those be before or after the nuke strikes Putin keeps banging on about?

    Russia plans to conduct "massive cyberattacks" on Ukraine and its allies' critical infrastructure and energy sector, according to Kyiv.…

  3. From small town in North Dakota with a crime problem to file-scrambling nasty

    Organizations are being warned about a wave of attacks targeting Microsoft SQL Server with ransomware known as Fargo, which encrypts files and threatens victims that their data may be published online if they do not pay up.…

  4. Build data resilience in the cloud first

    Webinar  It's critical to protect data from infection or exposure to ransomware. The risks are all too clear and the consequences of inattention, weak foundations, and lack of strategic preparation can be catastrophic.…

  5. How Web Application and API Protection (WAAP) can help you sleep at night

    Webinar  The application programming interface (API) has been around pretty much as long as computing itself, but it's perhaps only since the early years of the millennium that its use exploded with a mass shift to web applications.…

  6. PLUS: Warnings on Chinese payment schemes; AWS brushes up its Cantonese; Hong Kong ponders digital dollar; and more!

    Asia In Brief  India's government last week released a draft telco law that defines all over-the-top services as telecoms providers and therefore makes them subject to the same regulations imposed on carriers.…

  7. 'One of the most dangerous and active malware developers operating at the moment'

    Crooks spreading the Noberus ransomware are adding weapons to their malware to steal data and credentials from compromised networks.…

  8. 'At least ten' people didn't declare coin income. Wow, what a bust

    The IRS has been granted a court order to collect records from a bank the agency said will help it identify US taxpayers who failed to report taxable income from crypto trades. …

  9. Subscribers have questions – like 'When were you going to tell us?'

    Updated  Australian telecommunications company Optus has fallen victim to a significant cyberattack and data breach.…

  10. Also: New 'magnet of threats' attackers and FBI has details on Iran's online incursion into Albania

    Iran is experiencing a near-total internet service disruption in the west and intermittent interruptions nationwide, with access to Instagram, Whatsapp and some mobile networks being blocked, says Netblocks.…

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