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  1. University Hit by Ransomware, Almost All Windows Systems Compromised [Bogdan Popa, SoftNews]
    - see also: Cyber attack – a summary
  2. Das Reboot: Uni forces 38,000 students, staff to queue, show their papers for password reset following ‘cyber attack’ [Shaun Nichols, The Register]
    - see also: University of Giessen offline for security reasons
    - and: Open letter of Justus Liebig University Giessen
  3. Proof-of-concept exploits published for the Microsoft-NSA crypto bug [Catalin Cimpanu, Zero Day]
    - see also: Microsoft Windows CryptoAPI fails to properly validate ECC certificate chains
    - and: Microsoft Patch Tuesday crypt32.dll Vulnerability Overview
  4. Another reason to hurry with Windows server patches: A new RDP vulnerability [Sean Gallagher, Ars Technica]
  5. Windows 7 end of life: Security risks and what you should do next [Danny Palmer, Zero Day]
    - see also: How To Restrict Internet Access Using Group Policy
  6. Ransomware Gangs Now Outing Victim Businesses That Don’t Pay Up [Brian Krebs, Krebs on Security]
    - see also: Sodinokibi Ransomware Publishes Stolen Data for the First Time
  7. From DNS hijacking to domain fronting – SANS security pros offer retrospective on 2019 threat predictions [Emma Woollacott, The Daily Swig/PortSwigger]
  8. Cyber security world first as unique guide is launched [UK NCSC]
    - Get it here: www.cybok.org/resources/
  9. Are universities prepared for cyberattacks? [Study International]
  10. Former Twitter CISO shares his advice for IT security hiring and cybersecurity [Bill Dewiler, Zero Day]
  11. OUT OF CONTROL – How consumers are exploited by the online advertising industry (from: https://www.forbrukerradet.no/out-of-control/) [Forbrukerrådet]