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Microsoft confirms another Windows print spooler zero-day bug

Bleeping Computer, Lawrence Abrams
“An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could run arbitrary code with SYSTEM privileges. An attacker could then install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accounts with full user rights.” Read More

Data Breach at Georgia Health System

Infosecurity Magazine, Sarah Coble
“SJ/C employees had to revert to downtimes procedures such as using pens and paper to complete documentation. While the incident led to EHR downtime, imaging, primary care, surgery, and special physician appointments were unaffected.” Read More

Hackers netting average of nearly $10,000 for stolen network access

ZD Net, Jonathan Greig
“The most common features of these sales are RDP credentials and VPN credentials, both of which are being used considerably more due to the pandemic.” Read More

One million stolen credit cards leaked to promote carding market

Bleeping Computer, Lawrence Abrams
“At present, the feedback returned to our analysis team is still limited, but they are showing an incidence close to 50% of cards still operational, not yet identified as compromised.” Read More

Millions of Senior Citizens’ Personal Data Exposed by Misconfiguration

Infosecurity Magazine, James Coker
“[The misconfigured bucket] contained more than one million files and 182GB of data, none of which was encrypted and did not require a password or login credentials to access.” Read More

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