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Cisco Webex, Router Bugs Allow Code Execution

High-severity flaws plague Cisco’s Webex collaboration platform, as well as its RV routers for small businesses.


IcedID Banker is Back, Adding Steganography, COVID-19 Theme

The malware has boosted its anti-detection capabilities in a new email campaign.


Facebook’s FTC-Mandated Privacy Committee Now in Effect

Facebook will report its privacy practices to both the committee, the FTC, and to a third-party assessor.


Google Yanks 106 ‘Malicious’ Chrome Extensions

Trojan Chrome browser extensions spied on users and maintained a foothold on the networks of financial services, oil and gas, media and entertainment, healthcare and pharmaceuticals and government organizations.


Netgear Zero-Day Allows Full Takeover of Dozens of Router Models

An unpatched vulnerability in the web server of device firmware gives attackers root privileges, researchers said.


News Wrap: Malicious Chrome Extensions Removed, CIA ‘Woefully Lax’ Security Policies Bashed

Insider threats, the CIA’s bad security policies, and malicious Chrome extensions were the topics of discussion during this week’s news wrap podcast.


Former DIA Analyst Sentenced to Prison Over Data Leak

A former Defense Intelligence Agency analyst leaked classified information to two journalists – one of whom he was dating – shedding light on insider threats.


AMD: Fixes For High-Severity SMM Callout Flaws Upcoming

AMD has fixed one high-severity vulnerability affecting its client and embedded processors; fixes for the other two will come out later in June.


Adobe Prompts Users to Uninstall Flash Player As EOL Date Looms

Adobe will prompt Flash Player users to uninstall the application before the Dec. 31, 2020 end of life date hits.


Report: ‘BlueLeaks’ Exposes Sensitive Data From Police Departments

DDoSecrets has published data from over 200 police departments, law enforcement training and support resources and fusion centers.


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