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Earlier this month, the Japanese gaming firm Capcom suffered a cybersecurity incident reports hinted towards a ransomware attack. After two

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PLATYPUS Attack: Novel Power Side-channel Attack Threatening Intel Devices

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Brazil Court System Went Down Following Cyber Attack

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New RansomEXX Ransomware Variant Emerges That Targets Linux Systems

After disrupting Windows systems, the RansomEXX ransomware now targets Linux devices. A new RansomEXX ransomware strain has emerged that infects

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Beverage Giant Campari Went Offline Following Ransomware Attack

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