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Major Vulnerability Found In Schneider Electric Unity Pro Researchers find a vulnerability in industrial control system manufacturer Schneider Electric’s flagship software for managing and programing industrial controls.
Following Lull, New Campaigns Pushing Retooled ‘Pumpkin’ Locky Researchers said they observed three separate spam campaigns pushing an updated version of Locky on Monday.
Apple Patches iOS Flaw Exploitable by Malicious JPEG Apple on Monday rolled out dozens of patches including ones for its recently released Sierra operating system, OS X, iOS 10.1, watchOS, and Apple TV’s tvOS, along with fixes for Safari.
Yahoo Asks DNI to De-Classify Email Scanning Order Yahoo wrote DNI James Clapper asking the government to confirm and declassify an order to scan email for intelligence surveillance purposes.

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Cisco Patches Critical Vulnerability in Facility Events Response System

Cisco warns of 16 flaws in its latest security bulletin, mostly impacting its Cisco AsyncOS software used in its Email Security Appliances.

Microsoft Extends Malicious Macro Protection to Office 2013

Microsoft announced it has extended a feature in Office 2016 that protects against malicious macros to Office 2013.

Dyn DDoS Could Have Topped 1 Tbps

Analysis by DNS provider Dyn hints that more than 1 terabyte per second of traffic may have been used in last week's massive DDoS attack that impacted Internet service on the East Coast.

Keen Lab Takes Down iPhone 6S, Nexus 6P at Mobile Pwn2Own

Hackers with Keen Team identified vulnerabilities in iOS 10.1 and Android Nougat at Mobile Pwn2Own this week.

Windows Atom Tables Can Be Abused for Code Injection Attacks

Attackers can leverage a design weakness in all versions of Windows to carry out code injection attacks that bypass detection by security software.

Joomla Update Fixes Two Critical Issues, 2FA Error

Joomla fixed two critical issues in the content management system and is strongly encouraging users to update their sites immediately.

Remote Code Execution Vulnerabilities Plague LibTIFF Library

Three vulnerabilities, all which can lead to remote code execution, exist in the LibTIFF library.

Adobe Patches Flash Zero Day Under Attack

Adobe released an emergency Flash Player update that patches a use-after-free vulnerability being exploited in targeted attacks.

Lawmakers Asking What ISPs Can Do About DDoS Attacks

Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia wrote a letter to the heads of the FCC, FTC and DHS asking whether ISPs have the power to keep insecure connected devices off the public Internet.

Dyn DDoS Work of Script Kiddies, Not Politically Motivated Hackers

Researchers at Flashpoint said Friday's DDoS attack against DNS provider Dyn was likely the work of script kiddies and not advanced attackers.