5 Security Things to Know for the Week of Oct. 23

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1) Adobe recently skipped monthly patches for the first time in years, but the break for IT admins didn't last long, as the software maker rushed out an emergency fix for a Flash zero-day vulnerability.

2) Google announced new "advanced protection" capabilities designed for locking down high-risk accounts.

3) Malware designed for ATMs turned up in the criminal underground.

4) Nation-state hackers are believed to be behind a new malware campaign going after cybersecurity enthusiasts and professionals.

5) Here is how a slew of vendors are responding to the KRACK WPA2 vulnerability.

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