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DSA-4338 qemu
How to fit all of Shakespeare in one tweet (and why not to do it!)
Cathay Pacific hack: Airline admits techies fought off cyber-siege for months
Malware of the 90s: Remembering the Michelangelo and Melissa viruses
Headmaster fired over cryptocoin mining on the school’s dime
Google’s data charts path to avoiding malware on Android
Botnet pwns 100,000 routers using ancient security flaw
Ubuntu 3815-1: gettext vulnerability
Terrorists told to hijack social media accounts to spread propaganda
Microsoft mistake leaves Windows 10 users fuming
Debian LTS: DLA-1576-1: ansible security update
RedHat: RHSA-2018-3541:01 Important: rh-git29-git security update
Debian LTS: DLA-1575-1: thunderbird security update
[updates-announce] MGASA-2018-0445: Updated python-dulwich packages fix security vulnerability
Mageia 2018-0444: libtiff security update
Mageia 2018-0440: iniparser security update
Mageia 2018-0441: audiofile security update
[updates-announce] MGASA-2018-0439: Updated ansible package fixes security vulnerabilities
Mageia 2018-0443: opencc security update
Mageia 2018-0442: mercurial security update
ArchLinux: 201811-11: systemd: multiple issues
DSA-4337 thunderbird
Debian: DSA-4336-1: ghostscript security update
Pakistan Banks Not Breached, but Probably Skimmed
Meaner, more violent Stuxnet variant reportedly hits Iran
Ransomware Still the Top Malware Threat During 2018 According to Europol
Zero-day in popular WordPress plugin exploited in the wild to take over sites
Income, tax and immigration data stolen in Healthcare.gov breach
ArchLinux: 201811-8: lib32-libcurl-compat: arbitrary code execution
ArchLinux: 201811-9: lib32-curl: arbitrary code execution
ArchLinux: 201811-7: lib32-libcurl-gnutls: arbitrary code execution
ArchLinux: 201811-6: libcurl-gnutls: arbitrary code execution
ArchLinux: 201811-5: libcurl-compat: arbitrary code execution
Debian: DSA-4337-1: thunderbird security update
ArchLinux: 201811-4: curl: multiple issues
Oracle’s VirtualBox vulnerability leaked by disgruntled researcher
Dharma Ransomware Hits Altus Baytown Hospital’s Systems
Irony meters explode as WordPress GDPR tool hacked, cell network hack shenanigans, crypto-backdoors, etc…
Gentoo: GLSA-201811-06: libde265: Multiple vulnerabilities
Gentoo: GLSA-201811-07: Pango: Denial of Service
Gentoo: GLSA-201811-08: Okular: Directory traversal
Gentoo: GLSA-201811-09: Icecast: Arbitrary code execution
Gentoo: GLSA-201811-05: PHProjekt: Multiple vulnerabilities
openSUSE: 2018:3717-1: moderate: libarchive
openSUSE: 2018:3716-1: moderate: opensc
openSUSE: 2018:3713-1: important: apache2
openSUSE: 2018:3710-1: moderate: accountsservice
openSUSE: 2018:3709-1: moderate: qemu
openSUSE: 2018:3706-1: moderate: curl
openSUSE: 2018:3703-1: moderate: python, python-base