Microsoft appears to have bungled the release of details of flaws in its operating systems and application software this month, with details of a wormable flaw in the SMB protocol leaking online even though the company did not release a fix for it as part of its normal monthly patch Tuesday.
Researchers from Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group say they have found 74 groups on Facebook where the members promised they would carry out questionable cyber dirty deeds, including selling and trading stolen bank/credit card information, theft and sale of account credentials from a variety of sites, and email spamming tools and services.
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