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Meta Delays Data Harvesting for AI Plans in Europe

Data Breach Today

Company Says It Will Still Attempt to Use Public Posts Dating to 2007 to Train AI Social media giant Meta will delay plans to train artificial intelligence with data harvested from European Instagram and Facebook users weeks after a rights group lodged a complaint against the company with 11 European data regulators.

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Regulator Eyes Revamped Data Breach Reporting Requirements

Data Breach Today

Update Would Be First Revision of Rules for Telecommunications Sector Since 2007 Modernizing data breach notification requirements for the telecommunications sector is the focus of a newly announced Federal Communications Commission proceeding.

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Microsoft Exchange: 355,000 Servers Lack Critical Patch

Data Breach Today

It also found a "concerning number" of Exchange 2007 servers, which Microsoft stopped supporting in 2017.

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Ask Fitis, the Bear: Real Crooks Sign Their Malware

Krebs on Security

Prior to that, akafitis@gmail.com was used as the email address for the account “ Fitis ,” which was active on Exploit between September 2006 and May 2007. ru in its early years, but for a brief period in 2007 it appears this website was inadvertently exposing all of its file directories to the Internet. ru in 2008.

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Who’s Behind the ‘Web Listings’ Mail Scam?

Krebs on Security

Since at least 2007, Web Listings Inc. The mailer references the domain name web-listings.net , one of several similarly-named domains registered sometime in 2007 or later to a “ James Madison ,” who lists his address variously as a university in New Britain, Connecticut or a UPS Store mailbox in Niagara Falls, New York.

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15-Year-Old Python Flaw Slithers into Software Worldwide

Dark Reading

The path traversal-related vulnerability is tracked as CVE-2007-4559. An unpatched flaw in more than 350,000 unique open source repositories leaves software applications vulnerable to exploit.

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Patch Tuesday, May 2024 Edition

Krebs on Security

Emerging in 2007 as a banking trojan, QakBot (a.k.a. Meanwhile, Kaspersky Lab , one of two companies credited with reporting exploitation of CVE-2024-30040 to Microsoft, has published a fascinating writeup on how they discovered the exploit in a file shared with Virustotal.com.

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