Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#2227 NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers just dumped its most damaging release yet
Important Update 4/15/2017 11:45 AM California time None of the exploits reported below are, in fact, zerodays that work against supported Microsoft products. Readers should read this update for further details. What follows is the post as it was originally reported.

The Shadow Brokers—the mysterious person or group that over the past eight months has leaked a gigabyte worth of the National Security Agency's weaponized software exploits—just published its most significant release yet. Friday's dump contains potent exploits and hacking tools that target most versions of Microsoft Windows and evidence of sophisticated hacks on the SWIFT banking system of several banks across the world.
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#2229 User-made patch lets owners of next-gen CPUs install updates on Windows 7 and 8.1
#2228 Ransomware Timeline: 2010 – 2017
#2227 NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers just dumped its most damaging release yet
#2226 A Russian hacker has created his own 'starter pack' ransomware service
#2225 This phishing attack is almost impossible to detect on Chrome, Firefox and Opera
#2224 Oracle delivers a whopping 299 fixes in April 2017's critical patch update
#2223 The Callisto group
#2222 Report: Cybercrime climate shifts dramatically in first quarter
#2221 Android trojan targeting over 420 banking apps worldwide found on Google Play Store
#2220 New processors are now blocked from receiving updates on old Windows
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