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  1. WordPress Pushes Out Multiple Flawed Security Updates
  2. Ryuk ransomware behind one third of all ransomware attacks in 2020 - Help Net Security
  3. 6 Cybersecurity Lessons From 2020
  4. Changing Cybersecurity Culture
  5. Games in Microsoft Store Can Be Abused for Privilege Escalation on Windows | SecurityWeek.Com
  6. What Keyboard Trackers Are For - Latest Hacking News
  7. Deception Technology: No Longer Only A Fortune 2000 Solution
  8. Git LFS vulnerability allows attackers to compromise targets' Windows systems (CVE-2020-27955) - Help Net Security
  9. Cisco Zero-Day in AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Remains Unpatched
  10. California Proposition 24 Passes - Schneier on Security
  11. GitHub denies getting hacked | ZDNet
  12. Hackers are exploiting unpatched VoIP flaws to compromise business accounts | ZDNet
  13. Customers Are Demanding Privacy
  14. Deloitte's 'Test your Hacker IQ' site fails itself after exposing database user name, password in config file
  15. Pornhub Has Been Blocked In Thailand, And People Arent Happy
  16. One Clear Message From Voters This Election? More Privacy
  17. Russian authorities make rare arrest of malware author | ZDNet
  18. Massachusetts voters pass a right-to-repair measure, giving them unprecedented access to their car data TechCrunch
  19. Back to Basics: Make Cocktails Normal Again - The Bulwark
  20. Google to GitHub: Time's up this unfixed 'high-severity' security bug affects developers | ZDNet
  21. New Chrome Zero-Day Under Active Attacks Update Your Browser
  22. Mark Cuban: The World's First Trillionaire Is Learning This Skill and Discovering How to Use It in Now Unimaginable Ways
  23. Windows 10 zero-day could allow hackers to seize control of your computer
  24. A Nameless Hiker and the Case the Internet Cant Crack
  25. Hacker group uses Solaris zero-day to breach corporate networks | ZDNet
  26. Google patches second Chrome zero-day in two weeks | ZDNet