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  1. The United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) this week released new malware samples associated with the activity of Russian threat actors Turla and Zebrocy.

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  2. Google Project Zero security researchers have identified another Windows vulnerability that has been actively exploited in attacks.

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  3. Google announced on Thursday that Google One customers can now use a new virtual private network (VPN) service that will provide them an extra layer of protection when they go online.

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  4. Britain's data privacy watchdog on Friday said it has fined US hotels group Marriott over a data breach affecting millions of customers worldwide.

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  5. Microsoft this week revealed that it continues to receive reports from customers of attacks targeting the Zerologon vulnerability.

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  6. San Jose, California-based asset discovery company Lucidum emerged from stealth mode on Friday with $4 million in seed funding.

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  7. Several vulnerabilities found by researchers in the OpenEMR software can be exploited by remote hackers to obtain medical records and compromise healthcare infrastructure.

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  8. Hackers have stolen $2.3 million from the Wisconsin Republican Party’s account that was being used to help reelect President Donald Trump in the key battleground state, the party’s chairman told The Associated Press on Thursday.

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  10. This year, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) continued to be the most common vulnerability type and received the highest amount of rewards on HackerOne, the hacker-powered vulnerability reporting platform says.

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  11. NVIDIA on Wednesday released patches to address a total of nine vulnerabilities impacting NVIDIA DGX servers.

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  12. A data breach at a North Carolina community college may have affected many of its current and former students.

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  13. Microsoft this week announced the availability of a new vulnerability management report in Microsoft Defender, to provide information on vulnerable devices.

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  14. A vulnerability patched one week ago by Oracle in its WebLogic Server product has already been targeted for exploitation.

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  15. The Russia-linked cyber-espionage group known as Turla was recently observed targeting a European government organization with a combination of backdoors, security researchers at Accenture reveal.

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  16. Newly launched cybersecurity company Stairwell, which aims to provide security teams with more tools to identify adversaries, has closed a $4.5 million seed investment round.

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  17. The Iran-linked state-sponsored threat group known as Charming Kitten was observed targeting potential attendees of two major international conferences, Microsoft reports.

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  18. US hospitals warned of imminent ransomware threat

    The U.S. government has warned hospitals and healthcare providers of an “increased and imminent” ransomware threat, which some experts have attributed to cybercriminals from Eastern Europe.

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  19. Microsoft rushed to take action on Wednesday after Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) users reported getting Cobalt Strike and Mimikatz alerts that turned out to be false positives.

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  20. An alert released by the United States this week provides information on Kimsuky, a threat actor focused on gathering intelligence on behalf of the North Korean government.

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