We’ve aggregated some of the best cybersecurity threat news from around the web to help keep you up-to-date.
- Elon Musk deep fakes promote new cryptocurrency scam
- PDF smuggles Microsoft Word doc to drop Snake Keylogger malware
- Microsoft tests new Windows 11 Desktop search that only works with Edge
- Google: Predator spyware infected Android devices using zero-days
- Ransomware attack exposes data of 500,000 Chicago students
- Malicious PyPI package opens backdoors on Windows, Linux, and Macs
- Windows 11 hacked three more times on last day of Pwn2Own contest
- Researchers Find Backdoor in School Management Plugin for WordPress
- Cisco Issues Patch for New IOS XR Zero-Day Vulnerability Exploited in the Wild
- The Week in Ransomware – May 20th 2022 – Another one bites the dust
- Mozilla patches Wednesday’s Pwn2Own double-exploit… on Friday!
- Microsoft patches the Patch Tuesday patch that broke authentication
- Cisco urges admins to patch IOS XR zero-day exploited in attacks
- Microsoft disables telemetry in Windows 11 Subsystem for Android by default
- Backdoor baked into premium school management plugin for WordPress
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