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Chinese "Override Panda" hackers return with new espionage attacks.

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Accessed on 03 May 2022, 0250 UTC.

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Chinese "Override Panda" Hackers Resurface With New Espionage Attacks

A Chinese state-sponsored espionage group known as Override Panda has resurfaced in recent weeks with a new phishing attack with the goal of stealing sensitive information. "The Chinese APT used a spear-phishing email to deliver a beacon of a Red Team framework known as 'Viper,'" Cluster25 said in ...

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Which Hole to Plug First? Solving Chronic Vulnerability Patching Overload

According to folklore, witches were able to sail in a sieve, a strainer with holes in the bottom. Unfortunately, witches don’t work in cybersecurity – where networks generally have so many vulnerabilities that they resemble sieves.  For most of us, keeping the sieve of our networks afloat requires ...

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Russian Hackers Targeting Diplomatic Entities in Europe, Americas, and Asia

A Russian state-sponsored threat actor has been observed targeting diplomatic and government entities as part of a series of phishing campaigns commencing on January 17, 2022. Threat intelligence and incident response firm Mandiant attributed the attacks to a hacking group tracked as APT29 (aka ...

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Google Releases First Developer Preview of Privacy Sandbox on Android 13

Google has officially released the first developer preview for the Privacy Sandbox on Android 13, offering an "early look" at the SDK Runtime and Topics API to boost users' privacy online. "The Privacy Sandbox on Android Developer Preview program will run over the course of 2022, with a beta ...

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Here's a New Tool That Scans Open-Source Repositories for Malicious Packages

The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) has announced the initial prototype release of a new tool that's capable of carrying out dynamic analysis of all packages uploaded to popular open source repositories. Called the Package Analysis project, the initiative aims to secure open-source ...

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