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When security updates go wrong: Patch problems plague tech giants
Keeping software up to date is a mainstay of good cybersecurity hygiene. But in rare cases when patches backfire — either by introducing new, more severe software flaws or failing to fix the old ones — it can set off a scramble to set things right.
REvil reloaded? A notorious Russia-based ransomware group is back
Russian authorities noisily arrested 14 alleged members of the REvil ransomware gang in January after a U.S. government request. So why is the group’s malware and infrastructure suddenly blinking back on?
‘Brazen’ Lapsus$ ransomware group menaces Big Tech
Recent data breaches at NVIDIA, Samsung and Ubisoft have brought a new cybercrime group to light: Lapsus$. Here’s what we know about the malicious hacking crew that’s been targeting Big Tech.
Criminals robbing criminals: exit scams fuel dark web paranoia
The sudden demise of darknet site Monopoly Market may have coincided with an exit scam. Experts say such con jobs could grow more common as law enforcement takedowns pressure dark web operators.