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Microsoft Tackles Election Security with Bug Bounties
Researchers can earn up to $15,000, depending on the severity of the bug found.
Execs Could Face Jail Time For Privacy Violations
The bill is a direct shot at big tech companies like Facebook as senators try to reel in data-collection policies.
Major Airport Malware Attack Shines a Light on OT Security
A cryptomining infection spread to half of the workstations at a major international airport.
Four-Year-Old Critical Linux Wi-Fi Bug Allows System Compromise
A patch is currently under revision but has not yet been incorporated into the Linux kernel.
Podcast: Insider Attacks May Soon Cost Less Than Malware-based Equivalent
At what point will infiltrating companies via the "insider threat model" become less costly and difficult than using malware? Threatpost discusses with a SolarWind expert.
Zappos Offers Users 10% Discount in 2012 Breach Settlement
Lawyers will get $1.6 million in a settlement that stems from a breach that affected more than 24 million customers.
Phorpiex Botnet Shifts Gears From Ransomware to Sextortion
A decade-old botnet is using infected computers to send out sextortion emails, in a wide-scale campaign with the potential to reach millions of victims.
Hacking Back? BriansClub Dark Web Attack a Boon for Banks
The theft of 26 million card records from an underground site offers valuable intel for banks.
Trump Campaign Website Left Open to Email Server Hijack
A misconfigured website development tool exposed hundreds of email servers to takeover, including President Donald Trump's official campaign website.
Cisco Aironet Access Points Plagued By Critical, High-Severity Flaws
Cisco has issued patches for critical and high-severity vulnerabilities in its Aironet access point devices.
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