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Patch Now: Zoom Chat Messages can Infect PCs, Macs, and Phones with Malware
Zoom recommends updating the app if you have done so yet. Scammers can now send messages through Zoom chat that can cause your vulnerable client app to install malicious code from an arbitrary server, such as malware and spyware. Read More

150-Year-Old Historically Black College Closes After Ransomware Attack
A renowned university will shut down after falling victim to ransomware amid efforts to recover from the pandemic. Read More

Log4j Flaw: Thousands of Applications Are Still Vulnerable, Warn Security Researchers
Cybersecurity researchers warn that insecure instances of Lo4j are still out there to be exploited - and are easy for attackers to discover. Read More

Microsoft Patches 128 Windows Flaws, New Zero-Day Reported
On Tuesday, Microsoft issued a warning for an in-the-wild zero-day attack hitting Windows users. It credited the National Security Agency (NSA) with reporting the live exploitation. Read More

Kaspersky Blacklisted By FCC Alongside China Telecom & China Mobile
All three were added to list as they posed national security risks. Companies placed on the entity list are banned from buying parts and components from US companies without government approval. Read More

CISA & FBI Warning: Hackers Used These Tricks to Dodge Multi-Factor Authentication and Steal Email From NGO
Russian state-sponsored hackers have used a clever technique to disable multi-factor authentication (MFA) to compromise networks and high-value domain accounts. The goal? Accessing the victim's cloud and email. Read More

Ukraine Asks ICANN to Delete All Russian Domains
In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the request has been made to disable country code top-level domains associated with Russia. Read More

Ukraine Ministry of Defense Confirms DDoS Attack; State Banks Loses Connectivity
The websites of Ukraine's defense ministry as well as state banks Privatbank and Oschadbank were down on Tuesday due to an alleged DDoS attack. Read More

FBI Says More Cyberattacks Come from This Country Than Everywhere Else Combined
Currently investigating over 2,000 attacks on US targets, with new files coming every 12 hours. Read More

Federal Banking Regulators Issue Cybersecurity Breach Notification Requirement
Beginning in April 2022, banking organizations and bank service providers will be subject to the shortest regulatory breach notification reporting time frame of any law to date—36 hours. Read More

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