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June 21, 2024

Threat Actor Claims AMD and Apple Breaches

Notorious threat actor IntelBroker is claiming to have © data from Apple and AMD

Project Naptime: Evaluating Offensive Security Capabilities of Large Language Models

At Project Zero, we constantly seek to expand the scope and effectiveness of our vulnerability research. Though much of our work still relies on traditional methods like manual source code audits and reverse engineering, we're always looking for new approaches.

As the code comprehension and general reasoning ability of Large Language Models (LLMs) has improved, we have been exploring how these models can reproduce the systematic approach of a human security researcher when identifying and demonstrating security vulnerabilities. We hope that in the future, this can close some of the blind spots of current automated vulnerability discovery approaches, and enable automated detection of "unfuzzable" vulnerabilities.

London hospital attackers started leaking blood test data

Cybercriminals behind attacks disrupting at least five London hospitals leaked nearly 400 gigabytes of data, which reportedly included blood test information.

Qilin ransomware started leaking data stolen from England National Health Service (NHS) partner Synnovis labs. According to reports from the BBC, the data includes patient names, dates of birth, NHS numbers, descriptions of blood tests, and other information.

Russian spies' hacking campaign is 'endangering' French diplomatic interests

An alert from France's ANSSI confirms several incidents that had previously been publicly reported and attributed to the Kremlin-backed hacking group that the French agency tracks as Nobelium.

US bans sale of Kaspersky software citing security risk from Russia

U.S. officials imposed the “first of its kind” ban arguing that Kaspersky threatens U.S. national security because of its links to Russia.

In China, AI transformed Ukrainian YouTuber into a Russian

Olga Loiek, a University of Pennsylvania student was looking for an audience on the internet – just not like this.
Shortly after launching a YouTube channel in November last year, Loiek, a 21-year-old from Ukraine, found her image had been taken and spun through artificial intelligence to create alter egos on Chinese social media platforms.
Her digital doppelgangers - like "Natasha" - claimed to be Russian women fluent in Chinese who wanted to thank China for its support of Russia and make a little money on the side selling products such as Russian candies.