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Critical Fluent Bit flaw impacts all major cloud providers

​A critical Fluent Bit vulnerability that can be exploited in denial-of-service and remote code execution attacks impacts all major cloud providers and many technology giants.

OmniVision discloses data breach after 2023 ransomware attack

The California-based imaging sensors manufacturer OmniVision is warning of a data breach after the company suffered a Cactus ransomware attack last year.

Owner of Incognito dark web drugs market arrested in New York

The alleged owner and operator of Incognito Market, a dark web marketplace for selling illegal narcotics online, was arrested at the John F. Kennedy Airport in New York on May 18.

Windows 11 Recall AI feature will record everything you do on your PC

Microsoft has announced a new AI-powered feature for Windows 11 called 'Recall,' which records everything you do on your PC and lets you search through your historical activities.

New BiBi Wiper version also destroys the disk partition table

A new version of the BiBi Wiper malware is now deleting the disk partition table to make data restoration harder, extending the downtime for targeted victims.

QNAP QTS zero-day in Share feature gets public RCE exploit

An extensive security audit of QNAP QTS, the operating system for the company's NAS products, has uncovered fifteen vulnerabilities of varying severity, with eleven remaining unfixed.

American Radio Relay League cyberattack takes Logbook of the World offline

The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) warns it suffered a cyberattack, which disrupted its IT systems and online operations, including email and the Logbook of the World.

Frustration grows over Google's AI Overviews feature, how to disable

Since Google enabled its AI-powered search feature, many people have tried and failed to disable the often incorrect AI Overviews feature in regular search results. However, there are ways to turn it off using a new "Web" search mode, which we explain in this article..

CISA warns of hackers exploiting Chrome, EoL D-Link bugs

The U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added three security vulnerabilities to its 'Known Exploited Vulnerabilities' catalog, one impacting Google Chrome and two affecting some D-Link routers.

Ransomware gang targets Windows admins via PuTTy, WinSCP malvertising

A ransomware operation targets Windows system administrators by taking out Google ads to promote fake download sites for Putty and WinSCP.