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Internet-wide zero-day DDoS, 23andMe breach, curl flaw

A “largest-ever DDoS attack” was launched using a zero-day bug, affecting services like Amazon Web Services, Cloudflare, and Google Cloud. 23andMe was forced to reset user passwords after genetic data was posted online. Curl, the open-source tool, experienced significant vulnerabilities. Meanwhile, Progress Software disclosed that the US SEC is investigating the vulnerabilities in its MOVEit product. In other news, Clorox warned of the costs of a cyberattack, and Microsoft is planning to phase out VBScript in Windows to prevent malware distribution.

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