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Cybercriminals are leveraging a recently patched critical Adobe Flash Player vulnerability in a massive spam campaign targeting unpatched computers. According to cybersecurity firm Morphisec, cybercriminals are blasting spam messages that urge recipients to click a link to download a Word document. And when a victim opens the document and enables macros,...

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Free Decrypter Available for GandCrab Ransomware Victims [source: bleepingcomputer]

Bitdefender has released a free decrypter that helps victims of GandCrab ransomware infections recover files without paying the ransom. The decrypter is available for download via the NoMoreRansom project, of which Bitdefender is a member of. Romanian Police and Romania’s DIICOT (Directorate for Investigating Organized Crime and Terrorism) announced the decrypter’s launch in statements published on...

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SAML Vulnerability Lets Attackers Log in as Other Users [source: bleepingcomputer]

Security researchers from Duo Labs and the US Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center (CERT/CC) will release security advisories today detailing a new SAML vulnerability that allows malicious attackers to authenticate as legitimate users without knowledge of the victim’s password. The flaw affects SAML (Security Assertion Markup Language), an XML-based markup language...

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MS Word Maybe Used for Cryptojacking Attacks [source: hackread]

Cryptojacking JavaScript can be launched in Word documents – New Word features that appeared in its latest version made it possible – MS Word now allows adding video into the document by inserting an iFrame code. The file size does not increase as the video is played through a headless web browser...

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