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Cisco bungled RV320/RV325 patches, routers still exposed to hacks

Cisco announces July Systems acquisition ​July Systems will integrate with Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Group, bolstering its indoor location services for vertical industries. Read more: https://zd.net/2JQdXk3 Cisco acknowledged yesterday that it bungled a crucial patch for a vulnerability in two router models. The company’s shoddy initial patches allowed hackers to continue ...

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LockerGoga bug crashes ransomware before encrypting files

Image: Kevin Beaumont LockerGoga, the ransomware that hit Norsk Hydro and two US chemical companies over the past month, contains a bug in its code that may allow victims to “vaccinate” their PCs and crash the ransomware before it encrypts any local files. The bug, discovered by security researchers at ...

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Researchers find 36 new security flaws in LTE protocol

A group of academics from South Korea have identified 36 new vulnerabilities in the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) standard used by thousands of mobile networks and hundreds of millions of users across the world. The vulnerabilities allow attackers to disrupt mobile base stations, block incoming calls to a device, disconnect users ...

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Kaspersky files antitrust complaint against Apple in Russia

Logo: Kaspersky Lab // Composition: ZDNet Russian cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab filed today an antitrust complaint against Apple with Russian authorities in regards to the OS maker’s monopolistic grip over its official App Store. Kaspersky claims that Apple used its power over the App Store and the entire iOS app ...

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