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The First Stop For Security News
  1. Two months after the alarm sounded warning of a WannaCry-level event, progress in patching exposed Windows systems varies by country and industry.
  2. Lenovo, Acer and five additional server manufacturers are hit with supply-chain bugs buried in motherboard firmware.
  3. Identifying tokens and random addresses, meant to create anonymity, do not change in sync on some devices -- opening an attack vector.
  4. A sophisticated and growing malvertising attacker is partnering with legitimate ad tech platforms to drop malware at scale.
  5. The group is using malicious versions of WinRAR and other legitimate software packages to infect targets, likely via watering-hole attacks.
  6. Lenovo patches enterprise and SMB network attached storage devices for a vulnerability that leaked data to the public internet.
  7. With cybersecurity worldwide facing a major applicant shortage, businesses should be courting women and supporting girls.
  8. The issue, present on Android versions, is similar to the known man-in-the-disk attack vector.
  9. Someone AirDropped a picture of a suicide vest to multiple people on a JetBlue flight, prompting an evacuation.
  10. The FTC has levied its biggest fine ever against the social network, but it's unlikely to have much effect.

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