The latest headlines brought to you Friday, July 16th, 2021, include; CISA orders government agencies disable Microsoft Print Spooler in response to ‘PrintNightmare’; Hackney, London still struggling with recovery months after ransomware attack; and Russian defence ministry website taken down by DDOS attack.
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- ‘Charming Kitten’ APT Siphons Intel From Mid-East Scholars – threatpost.com
- CISA orders agencies to disable Microsoft Print Spooler in response to ‘PrintNightmare’ flaw – cyberscoop.com
- Google details recent malware campaigns amid uptick in zero-day attacks – zdnet.com
- Safari Zero-Day Used in Malicious LinkedIn Campaign – threatpost.com
- London Borough of Hackney Struggles With Recovery Months After Ransomware Attack – wsj.com
- Salt Security Report Highlights Prevalence of API Vulnerabilities – securityboulevard.com
- Phishing continues to be one of the easiest paths for ransomware – zdnet.com
- SpearTip Finds New Diavol Ransomware Does Steal Data – securityaffairs.co
- Nottingham City Transport: Bus operator hit by cyber-attack – bbc.com
- Russian defence ministry site taken down by cyberattack – deccanherald.com
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