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Kaspersky products are now banned from U.S. government

News roundup: DHS has banned Kaspersky software from use in government systems. Plus, the commonwealth of Virginia decided to do away with touchscreen voting machines, and more.

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Equifax breach blamed on single website flaw

Equifax has confirmed an unpatched critical Apache Struts vulnerability was exploited in the breach that compromised the personal data of 143 million U.S. citizens.

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Experts warn about major Bluetooth vulnerabilities

A set of eight Bluetooth vulnerabilities, branded together as BlueBorne, affect billions of devices and could be one of the most dangerous issues, according to experts.

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Adobe Flash's end of life is coming, but there are some HTML5 vulnerabilities enterprises should be aware of before making the switch. Expert Judith Myerson outlines the risks.

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    Kaspersky products are now banned from U.S. government

    News roundup: DHS has banned Kaspersky software from use in government systems. Plus, the commonwealth of Virginia decided to do away with touchscreen voting machines, and more.

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    Equifax breach blamed on single website flaw

    Equifax has confirmed an unpatched critical Apache Struts vulnerability was exploited in the breach that compromised the personal data of 143 million U.S. citizens.

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    Experts warn about major Bluetooth vulnerabilities

    A set of eight Bluetooth vulnerabilities, branded together as BlueBorne, affect billions of devices and could be one of the most dangerous issues, according to experts.

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