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Supply Chain Attack Used Legitimate WordPress Add-Ons To Backdoor Sites

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Dozens of legitimate WordPress add-ons downloaded from their original sources have been found backdoored through a supply chain attack, researchers said. The backdoor has been found on “quite a few” sites running the open source content management system. The backdoor gave the attackers full administrative control of websites that used at ... Read More »

Cryptocurrencies Tumble As Global Investors Reduce Risk

New submitter NoMoreDupes shares a report from CoinDesk: The crypto market was in a sea of red on Friday as bitcoin, the world’s largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, tumbled more than 10% over the past 24 hours. It appears that global investors have entered the year with a reduced appetite for risk, and so the correlations between speculative assets such ... Read More »

Hands-On Microsoft’s Canceled Andromeda OS

Windows Central got their hands on a pre-release build of Microsoft’s canceled Andromeda OS running on a Lumia 950. As noted in the article, “Andromeda OS was never intended to ship on the Lumia 950, or any Windows phone on the market at that time.” They’re using a 950 because Microsofted used them to help develop Andromeda OS internally. Also ... Read More »