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Infostealer Logs Unmask Pedophiles, Twilio API Hack, Rockwell Device Vulnerabilities

In today’s episode, we discuss how infostealer malware logs helped Recorded Future’s Insikt Group identify 3,324 unique accounts involved in child sexual abuse activities ( We also unpack the Twilio Authy API breach, where an unauthenticated endpoint exposed millions of MFA user phone numbers, making them vulnerable to SIM swapping attacks ( Lastly, Microsoft researchers warn of critical vulnerabilities in Rockwell Automation PanelView Plus devices that could lead to remote code execution and denial of service attacks if not properly patched (

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