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Colorado Warns Ransomware Attack Caused Massive Data Breach

Data Breach Today

Information From 2004 to 2020 Exposed for High School Students, Teachers and Others Colorado's Department of Higher Education is warning that it suffered a ransomware attack in June, in which attackers stole personal data on current and past students and teachers, dating from 2004 to 2020.

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Meet Ika & Sal: The Bulletproof Hosting Duo from Hell

Krebs on Security

It states that the yearbook for the Amtek class of 2004 is hosted at 41.wmpay[.]com. The yearbook photos for the Amtek class of 2004 are not indexed in the Wayback Machine at, but the names and nicknames of 16 students remain. However, it appears that the entry for one student — the Wmpay[.]com ru: Andrey Skvortsov.


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Last Watchdog podcast: Unwrapping ‘resilience’ guidance discussed at RSA Conference 2021

The Last Watchdog

I’ve been covering this cybersecurity gathering since 2004 and each year cybersecurity materially advances. Resilience was the theme of RSA Conference 2021 which took place virtually last week. Related: Web attacks spike 62 percent in 2020.

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CVE-2021-31166 Windows HTTP flaw also impacts WinRM servers

Security Affairs

The flaw is wormable and affects different versions of Windows 10, Windows Server 2004 and Windows Server 20H2. The WinRM service is enabled by default on Windows servers running versions 2004 or 20H2 for this reason it only poses a serious risk to corporate environments, DeVries explained to BleepingComputer. WinRM *IS* vulnerable.

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Lenovo Patches Networking OS Vulnerability Dating Back to 2004


A bug in Lenovo’s Enterprise Networking Operating System could allow an attacker to launch an authentication bypass attack.

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CISA adds 95 flaws to the Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog

Security Affairs

CVE-2004-0210 – Microsoft Windows Privilege Escalation Vulnerability: A privilege elevation vulnerability exists in the POSIX subsystem.

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Security Vulnerability of Switzerland’s E-Voting System

Schneier on Security

Here I am saying that in 2004.) Of course, Kuster did not employ a botnet virus to distribute his malware to real voters! He keeps it contained on his own system and demonstrates it in a video. Again, the solution is paper. And, no, blockchain does not help—it makes security worse.

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