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The First Stop For Security News
  1. Privilege escalation flaw discovered in the Jupiter and JupiterX Core Plugin affects more than 90,000 sites.
  2. The U.S. Department of Justice indicts middle-aged doctor, accusing him of being a malware mastermind.
  3. Research indicates that organizations should make patching existing flaws a priority to mitigate risk of compromise.
  4. Researchers say a GitHub proof-of-concept exploitation of recently announced VMware bugs is being abused by hackers in the wild.
  5. Microsoft researchers say they are tracking a botnet that is leveraging bugs in the Spring Framework and WordPress plugins.
  6. Wireless features Bluetooth, NFC and UWB stay on even when the device is powered down, which could allow attackers to execute pre-loaded malware.
  7. Microsoft's May Patch Tuesday update is triggering authentication errors.
  8. An account promoting the project—which offers a range of threat activity from info-stealing to crypto-mining to ransomware as individual modules—has more than 500 subscribers.
  9. Researchers discovered a simple malware builder designed to steal credentials, then pinging them to Discord webhooks.
  10. Tony Lauro, director of security technology and strategy at Akamai, discusses reducing your company's attack surface and the "blast radius" of a potential attack.

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