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  1. Though harboring unsophisticated payloads, the Panda threat group has updated its tactics - from targets to infrastructure - and successfully mined hundreds of thousands of dollars using cryptomining malware.
  2. Bug impacts VMware Workstation 15 running 64-bit versions of Windows 10 as the guest VM.
  3. The bug was first found in 2016.
  4. A configuration setting in Google Calendars does not sufficiently warn users that it makes their calendars public to all, a researcher argues.
  5. The company has patched a vulnerability that could allow malicious sites unauthorized access to usernames and passwords.
  6. Julian Assange is among those impacted.
  7. Independent researchers found 125 different CVEs across 13 different router and NAS models.
  8. Three North Korean threat groups have been sanctioned in the U.S. as part of a larger U.S. initiative against North Korea-linked malicious cyber activity.
  9. ReversingLabs identified cybercriminals duping certificate authorities by impersonating legitimate entities and then selling the certificates on the black market.
  10. Sites that use the Gutenberg (found in WordPress 5.0 to 5.2.2) are open to complete takeover.

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