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

The HTTP/2 bug led to the internet’s largest-ever distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack with Amazon Web Services, Cloudflare, and Google Cloud observing the attack, which peaked at 398 million requests per second. Meanwhile, genetic testing company 23andMe is compelling users to change their passwords after hackers accessed accounts and advertised alleged user data online. Also, Progress Software has revealed that the US SEC has launched an investigation into hacks caused by its MOVEit product’s vulnerabilities. Lastly, Clorox declared losses due to an August cyber attack.

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