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  1. Allegedly perv college coach charged with cyberstalking and extorting nudes from his female athletes.
  2. The database was subsequently leaked elsewhere, imperiling consumers from the U.S. and around the world.
  3. Justin Jett, director of audit and compliance for Plixer, discusses the transformation of network-traffic analytics and what it means for cybersecurity now.
  4. Like the Facebook incident earlier this week, the information — including user profile IDs, email addresses and other PII -- was scraped from the social-media platform.
  5. Cybercriminals are encouraging users to send the "offers" via WhatsApp to their friends as well.
  6. Cisco says it will not patch three small business router models and one VPN firewall device with critical vulnerabilities.
  7. A widespread email campaign using malicious Microsoft Excel attachments and Excel 4 macros is delivering IcedID at high volumes, suggesting it's filling the Emotet void.
  8. Microsoft's cloud-container technology allows attackers to directly write to files, researchers said.
  9. Industrial enterprises in Europe are target of campaign, which forced a shutdown of industrial processes in at least one of its victims’ networks, according to researchers.
  10. One Discord network search turned up 20,000 virus results, researchers found.  

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