Cyber Security

TWINN Security News July 12
by Niles Nerd

Welcome to this week in NerdNews (TWINN). Your weekly top 5 technical and security issues Nerds should pay attention to:

Microsoft’s emergency patch fails to fix critical “PrintNightmare” vulnerability. Maybe the third time will be a charm. In the mean time, everyone who has moved print sharing and spooler functionality off Domain Controllers should keep it that way.

Software Firm at Center of Ransomware Attack Was Warned of Cyber Flaw in April. Turns out Kaseya was more aware of the issues ahead of the attack.

‘Barely able to keep up’: America’s cyberwarriors are spread thin by attacks. “The cybersecurity industry is stretched thin.”

Kaspersky Password Manager: All your passwords are belong to us. Not all password managers are trustworthy.

How Does The Secret Service Track Fugitives? One Romance Scammer Hunt Started With A Simple Text. Interesting way of turning the tables to locate and capture fugitives.

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