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GitHub Launches Code Scanning Autofix Feature for Security – What You Need to Know

Discover GitHub’s new code scanning autofix feature, designed to provide targeted recommendations to developers to avoid security issues. Powered by GitHub Copilot and CodeQL, this tool covers various programming languages and offers code suggestions to remediate vulnerabilities. While it can be a valuable resource, developers should carefully review suggestions to ensure code security and functionality.

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GitHub Repositories Used to Distribute RisePro Information Stealer Uncovered

Cybersecurity researchers have recently uncovered a disturbing information-stealing campaign dubbed "gitgub." This malicious campaign uses several GitHub repositories to distribute a dangerous information stealer called RisePro. In total, 17 repositories were discovered, all linked to 11 different accounts, which Microsoft has since taken down, GitHub's parent company. The repositories all appeared similarly and contained a…

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Potential Threats of Third-Party Plugins for OpenAI ChatGPT: Security Vulnerabilities Identified

Cybersecurity experts have recently discovered that third-party plugins for OpenAI ChatGPT pose a potential threat to the security of sensitive data. These plugins, designed to enhance ChatGPT's functionality, could be exploited by threat actors to gain unauthorized access to user accounts on third-party websites like GitHub. Salt Labs, a cybersecurity firm, has identified several security…

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Phishing Campaign Distributing RATs via Malicious Java Downloader: What You Need to Know

A recent phishing campaign was discovered to distribute remote access trojans (RATs) such as VCURMS and STRRAT through a malicious Java-based downloader. According to Fortinet FortiGuard Labs researcher Yurren Wan, the attackers stored the malware on public services like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and GitHub and used a commercial protector to evade detection. One unique…

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Be cautious: Certain PyPI Python packages may deplete your cryptocurrency wallets.

A group of security researchers known as threat hunters recently discovered malicious packages on the Python Package Index (PyPI) repository. These seven packages were specifically designed to steal BIP39 mnemonic phrases, which are used to recover the private keys of cryptocurrency wallets. The attack campaign, codenamed BIPClip by ReversingLabs, has been active since at least…

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