It has been a pretty quiet week with few alleged attacks against corporate victims and mostly new variants of existing ransomware released.

The most interesting news is the Conti ransomware that appears to share the same code as Ryuk and could possibly be its successor. Ryuk has significantly decreased in activity over the past couple of months, while Conti has seen an increase.

Only time will tell, but Conti is definitely one that we need to keep an eye on.

Contributors and those who provided new ransomware information and stories this week include: @VK_Intel, @fwosar, @struppigel, @BleepinComputer

​Google Chrome Password Manager lets you save usernames and passwords and automatically use them to log in to websites you visit. If you ever decide to switch from or to Google Chrome and want to take your saved passwords with you, this guide will help you.

With data breaches and credential stuffing attacks running rampant, it is more important than ever to use a unique and robust password at every site they visit.

Thus, many users turn to their web browser to act as a password manager and save passwords as they log in to sites.As Google Chrome is the

Palo Alto Networks (PAN) today addressed another severe vulnerability found in the PAN-OS GlobalProtect portal and affecting unpatched PAN next-generation firewalls.

On June 29, PAN also patched a critical vulnerability (CVE-2020-2021) with a 10/10 CVSSv3 rating, allowing unauthenticated network-based attackers to bypass authentication on PAN-OS devices with SAML auth enabled and the ‘Validate Identity Provider Certificate’ option disabled.

The OS command injection vulnerability patched today and tracked as CVE-2020-2034 allows unauthenticated remote attackers to execute arbitrary OS commands with root privileges on unpatched devices.

The CVE-2020-2034 vulnerability has been rated as high severity with a CVSS 3.x base score of