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This week, we discuss active exploitation of a plugin vulnerability in the wild, an extortion scam hitting numerous website owners, exposure of Industrial Control Systems to attackers as well as a CBP breach affecting travelers in the United States. We also talk about an email server vulnerability and what to do in a SIM port attack.

Here are approximate timestamps in case you want to jump around:
0:35 User Submitted Posts Plugin Vulnerability Seeing Attacks
4:20 An extortion scam is threatening website owners & how to protect your site
10:10 CBP breach of license plates and facial recognition data affecting US travelers
16:54 WordPress accessibility proposal
25:25 Google Cloud outage affects numerous services
26:59 State of Industrial Control Systems in Poland and Switzerland
36:00 Severe RCE in Exim mail transfer agent
37:09 What to do when SIM swapping happens to you

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