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First class of Madison County Sports Hall of Fame announced

The Richmond Register 25 Jan 2022
The first class features some of the most legendary players, coaches and media personalities from Central KentuckyEKU football coach Roy Kidd, New York Yankees centerfielder Earle Combs, University of Kentucky broadcaster Ralph Hacker, EKU baseball coach and athletic director ...
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US military links prolific hacking group to Iranian intelligence

News-Press Now 12 Jan 2022
The hackers, for example, carried out a months-long effort to breach government networks in Turkey, Jordan and Iraq that began in 2019 and continued after the US military's killing of a top Iranian general in January 2020.
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Computer security experts scramble to fix ‘vulnerability of the decade’

Lincoln Journal Star 25 Dec 2021
WASHINGTON — Criminals, cyber spies, and hackers around the world are launching ... Hackers are now attempting to break into such logs and launch attacks ... Nation-state backed hackers from China, Iran, North Korea, and Turkey are trying to exploit the log4jloophole, Microsoft said.
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White House to discuss software development with tech executives, calling it 'key national security concern'

News-Press Now 24 Dec 2021
Invitees include software development firms and cloud service providers, according to the White House ... Ransomware gangs and hackers linked with the governments of China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey have moved to exploit the flaw as tech firms and government agencies have raced to apply software patches ... The-CNN-Wire ... All rights reserved. Local Videos.
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Computer experts scramble to fix vulnerability

Ghana News Agency 22 Dec 2021
Hackers are now attempting to break into such logs and launch attacks ... Nation-state backed hackers from China, Iran, North Korea, and Turkey are trying to exploit the log4j loophole, Microsoft said. An Iranian hacker group known as Phosphorus “has been deploying ransomware, ...
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Experts concerned about Log4j cybersecurity flaw

WPTV 20 Dec 2021
The company says hackers linked to the governments of China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey are experimenting with a vulnerability recently discovered in Log4j, a Java-based software ... They say hackers have attempted to breach nearly half of their customers' corporate networks.
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China-Backed Hackers Manipulate Microsoft Server Software Security Glitch: WSJ

The Epoch Times 17 Dec 2021
see hackers linked to ... Microsoft also saw nation-backed hackers from North Korea and Turkey using the attack ... Government-sponsored hackers are often among the best-resourced and most capable, analysts say.
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US issues 'emergency directive' ordering government agencies to address critical software flaw

News-Press Now 17 Dec 2021
US cybersecurity officials on Friday issued an "emergency directive" ordering all federal civilian agencies to quickly address a critical software flaw that is impacting big tech firms around the world ... Microsoft warned this week that hackers linked with China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey are exploiting the vulnerable software. The-CNN-Wire ... 0.55 ... .
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Nightmare before Christmas: What to know about the Log4j breach

Sandhills Express 17 Dec 2021
Cybersecurity firms now warn that ransomware criminals and hackers linked to foreign ... How are hackers exploiting it? ... Microsoft updated its blog Tuesday to report that state-backed hackers from China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey have tried to capitalize on the Log4j flaw.
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Nightmare before Christmas: What to know about the Log4j vulnerability

Sandhills Express 17 Dec 2021
Cybersecurity firms now warn that ransomware criminals and hackers linked to foreign ... How are hackers exploiting it? ... Microsoft updated its blog Tuesday to report that state-backed hackers from China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey have tried to capitalize on the Log4j flaw.
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China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey exploiting recently revealed software vulnerability: Microsoft

Beijing News 16 Dec 2021
Microsoft has warned that the hackers linked with the governments of China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey have moved to exploit a critical flaw in software used by big tech firms around the world, a media report said ... have been targeted by the hackers.
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The Log4j security flaw could impact the entire internet. Here's what you should know

The Citizens 16 Dec 2021
In a statement on Saturday, Easterly said "a growing set" of hackers are actively attempting to exploit the vulnerability ... Here's what you should know. ... Are hackers exploiting it? ... Late Tuesday, Microsoft said in an update to a blog post that state-backed hackers from China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey have tried to exploit the Log4j flaw ... .
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US Patent office took its systems offline for 12 hours due to newly revealed software vulnerability

News-Press Now 16 Dec 2021
The move temporarily prevented people from filing patent applications with the office, the agency said in an email to its website users viewed by CNN ... But Microsoft has warned that hackers linked with the governments of China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey have moved to exploit the software flaw ... The-CNN-Wire ... All rights reserved. Local Videos. 1.26 ... .
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5 things to know for Dec. 16: Covid, software, Biden, condo collapse, extreme weather

Henry Herald 16 Dec 2021
If the metaverse actually does become widely accepted, what will we wear in it? Industry leaders are looking forward into our "digital fashion" future ... Sign up here.). 1 ... Hackers linked with the governments of China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey are exploiting a critical flaw in a software used by big tech firms around the world, Microsoft has warned.

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