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Google, Microsoft and Oracle Had the Most Vulnerabilities in Early 2021

AtlasVPN released a new report detailing the state of cybersecurity vulnerabilities in early 2021, and it’s bad news for Google, Microsoft and Oracle.

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Microsoft and Amazon May Be Headed for a Fight Over Charlie Bell

Microsoft scored a major victory when it poached longtime Amazon exec Charlie Bell, but the fight to use him may be just getting started.

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Ditch the Password for Your Microsoft Account

Microsoft has announced that users can ditch the password for their accounts, a move that brings a new level of convenience and security.

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Rotten Apple: Company Has a Bad Reputation in the Security Industry

Apple may be a leading consumer electronics company, but it isn’t making any friends in the security industry and may be leaving users vulnerable.

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WWW Inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee Joins ProtonMail Advisory Board

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, known for inventing the World Wide Web and the first web browser, has joined ProtonMail’s advisory board.

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Microsoft Warns Customers of Major Azure Security Issue

Microsoft is warning impacted customers of a flaw in Azure Container Instances (ACI) that could allow individuals to access other customers information.

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REvil Is Back!

REvil, one of the most notorious ransomware gangs, is back after its servers went offline two months ago.

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Harvard University Hit With Ransomware Attack

Harvard University has revealed it has suffered a ransomware attack, the latest in a string of high-profile organizations that have fallen victim.

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FBI: Cybercriminals ‘Targeting the Food and Agriculture Sector’

The FBI is warning that cybercriminals are targeting the US food and agriculture sector with ransomware attacks.

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Unpatched SSL VPN Vulnerabilities From 2019 Still Being Exploited

Three SSL VPN vulnerabilities are being actively exploited, despite being disclosed in 2019 and patched by January 2020.