Google flaw, 3D printer hack, WhatsApp spyware: Latest tech headlines

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TLDR: Google Flaw Exploited, 3D Printers Hacked, WhatsApp Gets NSO Spyware

In other news, this week brought some significant cybersecurity developments:

  • Unpatched Google vulnerability exploited
  • 3D printers hacked by white hats
  • WhatsApp will get NSO spyware

SecurityWeek’s cybersecurity news roundup highlights several important stories that may have gone unnoticed. Apple outlines its efforts to protect user security and privacy in the EU, a macOS API bug could allow malware to go undetected, Intel patched 353 vulnerabilities in 2023, and CISA releases a resource guide for university cybersecurity clinics. NSO is ordered to hand over spyware to WhatsApp, China to boost data security in the industrial sector, and malware found on PCs made by Chinese firm Acemagic. Anycubic 3D printers hacked, and calendar meeting links spread Mac malware. Additionally, a researcher discloses an actively exploited open redirect vulnerability impacting a Google domain, and a new Silver SAML attack technique is revealed.

Overall, these stories shed light on the ongoing threats and vulnerabilities in the cybersecurity landscape, emphasizing the importance of staying vigilant and proactive in protecting digital assets and information.

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