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WEEKLY CYBERSECURITY NEWSLETTER NO: 190
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1- Adobe’s Surprise Security Bulletin Dominated by Critical Patches
Adobe has dropped a mammoth out-of-band security update this week, addressing 92 vulnerabilities across 14 products.
The majority of the disclosed bugs are critical-severity problems, and most allow arbitrary code execution (ACE). Privilege escalation, denial-of-service and memory leaks/information …
2- Governments Hacked REvil Ransomware Group & Forced To Go Offline
On an active international operation that was executed recently by the US along with the multi-country law enforcement agencies, the Notorious ransomware group REvil themselves became the target of hacking and were forced to curtail their activities on the network.
The direct victims of the Russian-…
3- Teen Rakes in $2.74M Worth of Bitcoin in Phishing Scam
During the early days of the pandemic, while the rest of the world was stress streaming and working on sourdough starter, an ambitious teen stuck in his bedroom decided to set up a fake “Love2Shop” gift card site to harvest people’s payment information, invest the stolen money in cryptocurrency and …
4- What are Digital Certificates?? How It Stops Hackers From Stealing Sensitive Data
The digital certificates are an electronic credential that binds the identity to the owner of the certificate which can also pair the electronic encryption keys that can be public and private. This mainly uses to encrypt the sign information digitally.
The main work for the digital certificate is t…