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Curated daily news for March 15, 2021
Today’s articles include: Microsoft probes internal leak as the cause of Exchange mess, US legislators look at enacting a Breach Law, MS Exchange exploits are doubling every hour, 3 critical Linux flaws hiding since 2006, and US Government looks at real-time threat sharing with the private sector.
- Microsoft Probes Whether Internal Leak Played Role in Suspected Chinese Hack
- Legislators Work Towards Breach Law Requiring Notification
- REvil Group Claims Slew of Ransomware Attacks
- Doubling every hour, Microsoft Exchange Exploits Pave a Ransomware Path
- Three Flaws in the Linux Kernel Since 2006 Could Grant Root Privileges
- After Failure to Detect Major Breaches, US Mulls Real-Time Threat Sharing with Private Sector
- US-CERT Updates on Microsoft Exchange Server Vulnerabilities
- RPA’s Impact on Governance, Risk Management and Compliance
- NanoCore RAT Scurries Past Email Defenses with .ZIPX Tactic
- Phishing Attacks that Defeat 2FA Every Time
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