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Curated daily news for February 4, 2021
Today’s 12 newsworthy articles include: Sudo vulnerability affects macOS and Linux, The mysterious missing NSA malware, Malware hijacks Kubernetes clusters, Protecting S3 buckets, Emotet’s takedown, and Quantum crypto system achieves open-air success.
- ‘Baron Samedit’ Sudo Vulnerability Also Affects macOS; No Patch Available Yet
- The Drovorub Mystery: Malware NSA Warned About Can’t Be Found
- Emotet’s Takedown: Have We Seen the Last of the Malware?
- Concerns Over API Security Grow as Attacks Increase
- A Look at HTTP Parameter Pollution and How To Prevent It
- New Malware Hijacks Kubernetes Clusters to Mine Monero
- Why a modern approach is needed to protect S3 buckets
- How to Audit Password Changes in Active Directory
- Patch Imperfect: Software Fixes Failing to Shut Out Attackers
- Consider the Human Angle in Your Threat Modeling
- Five Critical Android Bugs Patched, Part of Feb. Security Bulletin
- New and Hardened Quantum Crypto System Notches “Milestone” Open-Air Test – IEEE Spectrum
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