Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#2204 Critical Word 0day is only 1 of 3 Microsoft bugs under attack
A zero-day code-execution vulnerability in Microsoft Office is one of three critical flaws under active attack in the wild, Microsoft warned Tuesday as it rolled out a batch of updates that plug the security holes.

As Ars reported Monday night, attackers are exploiting the flaw to infect unsuspecting Word users with bank-fraud malware known as Dridex. Blog posts published Tuesday morning by security firms Netskope and FireEye reported that attackers are exploiting the same bug to install malware with the names Godzilla and Latenbot.
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#2214 The iCloud hackers' bitcoin ransom looks like a fake
#2213 Matrix ransomware spreads to other PCs using malicious shortcuts
#2212 How to get admin credentials from TPLink M5350 3G/WiFi modem with a text message
#2211 Hacker caused panic in Dallas by turning on every emergency siren at once
#2210 Thousands of fake Google Maps listings redirect users to fraudulent sites each month
#2209 ShadowBrokers fails to collect 1M bitcoins – releases stolen information
#2208 How criminals can steal your PIN by tracking the motion of your phone
#2207 Adobe publishes security updates for Flash, Reader, Photoshop and Creative Cloud
#2206 If you’re somehow still on Windows Vista, upgrade right now
#2205 Dridex campaigns hitting millions of recipients using unpatched Microsoft 0day
#2204 Critical Word 0day is only 1 of 3 Microsoft bugs under attack
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