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  1. A memory corruption vulnerability recently found in Linux Kernel’s implementation of RDS over TCP could lead to privilege escalation. 

    Tracked as CVE-2019-11815 and featuring a CVSS base score of 8.1, the flaw impacts Linux kernels prior to 5.0.8, but only systems that use the Reliable Datagram Sockets (RDS) for the TCP module.

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  2. Salesforce Shuts Down Instances After Database Script Erroneously Enabled All Permissions on User Profiles

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  3. Remote control and support solutions provider TeamViewer has confirmed that hackers likely operating out of China breached its systems back in 2016, but the company decided not to disclose the incident at the time as it found no evidence that it affected customers.

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  4. Deep & dark web (DDW) communities have long been must-have data sources for threat intelligence programs, but only recently has the market caught up with this need.

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