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  1. Bankrupt and out of financing options, IronNet has terminated all employees and plan to file for Chapter 7 protection.

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  2. AWS says an internal threat intel decoy system called MadPot has successfully trapped nation state-backed APTs like Volt Typhoon and Sandworm.

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  3. Nexusflow scores funding to build an open-source LLM that can deliver high accuracy when retrieving data from multiple security sources.

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  4. Noteworthy stories that might have slipped under the radar: new RSA encryption attack, Meta’s AI privacy safeguards, and ShinyHunters hackers’ guilty plea. 

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  5. A group of academic researchers devised a technique to extract sounds from still images captured using smartphone cameras with rolling shutter and movable lens structures.

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  6. The NSA is starting an artificial intelligence security center — a crucial mission as AI capabilities are increasingly acquired, developed and integrated into U.S. defense and intelligence systems.

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  7. CISA has added CVE-2018-14667, an old critical JBoss RichFaces flaw to its known exploited vulnerabilities catalog.

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  8. Hackers have set their sights on CVE-2023-34468, an RCE vulnerability in Apache NiFi that impacts thousands of organizations. 

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  9. Gaps in Cloudflare’s security controls allow users to bypass protections and target others from the platform itself.

    The post Cloudflare Users Exposed to Attacks Launched From Within Cloudflare: Researchers appeared first on SecurityWeek.

  10. A sharply divided privacy oversight board is recommending that the FBI and other agencies be required to get court approval before reviewing the communications of U.S. citizens collected through a secretive foreign surveillance program.

    The post A Key US Government Surveillance Tool Should Face New Limits, a Divided Privacy Oversight Board Says appeared first on SecurityWeek.

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