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A slew of verified Twitter accounts have been hijacked and altered, used to tweet out a bogus Bitcoin giveaway scam.

Pwn2Own Trifecta: Galaxy S9, iPhone X and Xiaomi Mi6 Fall to Hackers

Hacker contest earns participants $325,000 based on the discovery of 18 vulnerabilities.

Siemens Patches Firewall Flaw That Put Operations at Risk

The industrial company on Tuesday released mitigations for eight vulnerabilities overall.

Microsoft Patches Zero-Day Bug in Win7, Server 2008 and 2008 R2

Microsoft's November Patch Tuesday fixes include mitigation against a zero-day vulnerability leaving Windows 7, Server 2008 and Server 2008 R2 open to attack.

Google’s G Suite, Search and Analytics Taken Down in Hijacking

Google cloud business customers were impacted by a Border Gateway Protocol hijacking.

Unpatched Android OS Flaw Allows Adversaries to Track User Location

The vulnerability is one of many with the same root cause: Cross-process information leakage.

Adobe Fixes Acrobat and Reader Flaw With Publicly-Available PoC

Overall, the company released only three patches as part of its regularly-scheduled November update.

Podcast: IoT Firms Face a ‘Tidal Wave’ of Lawsuits, Attorney Explains

An attorney in the infamous 2015 Jeep hack predicts that more lawsuits related to IoT security are looming in the future.

Emotet Campaign Ramps Up with Mass Email Harvesting Module

The new variant can exfiltrate emails for a period going back 180 days, en masse.

U.S. Chip Cards Are Being Compromised in the Millions

A full 60 million U.S. cards were compromised in the past 12 months. While 93 percent of those were EMV chip-enabled, merchants continued to use mag stripes.

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