Details on the Kaseya supply-chain and REvil ransomware attack, a new zero-day exploit called “PrintNightmare” affects all Windows versions before June, and how randomly generated passwords in a popular password manager were not so random.
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REvil Used 0-Day in Kaseya Ransomware Attack, Demands $70 Million Ransom
Public Windows PrintNightmare 0-day exploit allows domain takeover
Kaspersky Password Manager caught out making easily bruteforced passwords
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