Kubernetes clusters attacked. Home insecurity devices. Update on the supply chain incidents. Incomplete patches. Marque and reprisal? Ransomware notes. Class clowns and zoom-bombing.

Hildegard malware is targeting Kubernetes clusters. Remote access flaws found in consumer security devices. A brief update on the spreading software supply chain incidents. Project Zero sees incomplete patches at the root of most successful zero-day attacks. Recruiting a privateer’s crew. The current mood among ransomware victims. We’ll search for the truth about 5G with Rob Lee and Rick Howard. And who’s behind zoom-bombing remote learning? A hint: the kids aren’t alright.

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