A researcher has released exploit code for taking advantage of a vulnerability in Microsoft's implementation of the server message block protocol in Windows, a flaw that was described as SMBGhost at the time it became known.
After Google's very scary sounding Project Zero security report suggesting groups making a "sustained effort to hack the users of iPhones in certain communities over a period of at least two years", Apple has struck back.
Cloud endpoint protection provider CrowdStrike has released research revealing a threat spends an average of 86 days in a corporate network before it is detected, despite needing under two hours to move laterally to other systems on the network.
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