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  1. On August 1, Lockheed Martin was supposedly targeted with a DDoS attack delivered by the pro-Russian hacker group Killnet. The information came via the Moscow Times who reported Killnet’s claim for responsibility. 

    Newsweek added that Killnet claimed to have stolen Lockheed Martin employee data and threatened to share that data.

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  2. The United States has been offering significant rewards for information on individuals involved in the Conti ransomware operation and the Department of State on Thursday provided additional details on who it’s looking for and even shared a photo of a suspect.

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  3. The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) have issued a joint advisory detailing the Zeppelin ransomware.

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  4. Microsoft this week announced that, over the past 12 months alone, it paid out $13.7 million in rewards as part of its bug bounty programs.

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  5. A serious vulnerability affecting the eCos SDK made by Taiwanese semiconductor company Realtek could expose the networking devices of many vendors to remote attacks.

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