Exploits and vulnerabilities

DNSpooq bugs haunt dnsmasq - If there's something strange in your DNS cache, who you gonna call?
The story of ZeroLogon - ZeroLogon is a treasure for cybercriminals, an ongoing struggle for Microsoft, and a headache for everyone caught in the middle.
Microsoft issues 83 patches, one for actively exploited vulnerability - Microsoft's Patch Tuesday included over 80 patches in total, including a vulnerability in Windows Defender that is actively being exploited.
Hat trick for Google as it patches two more zero-days in Chrome - Google has patched two more zero-day vulnerabilities that were actively being exploited in the wild. Update now!
Mozilla patches critical security issues in Firefox and Thunderbird - Time to update! Mozilla has patched critical security issues in Firefox and Thunderbird.
Update your iOS now! Apple patches three zero-day vulnerabilities - Apple has issued an update for iOS and IPadOS to patch three zero-day vulnerabilities that were being exploited in targeted attacks. We advise you to install it at ASAP.
Update your Chrome again as Google patches second zero-day in two weeks - Google has patched its second Chrome zero-day in two weeks. Users are urgently advised to update their browser.
Google patches actively exploited zero-day bug that affects Chrome users - Update your Chrome browser to its latest version—86.0.4240.111—to protect yourself from a vulnerability that Google says is being actively exploited.
Brute force attacks increase due to more open RDP ports - More open ports are inviting attackers to try and gain entry by using brute force attacks. Why is this happening and what can we do?

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