5 Security Things to Know for the Week of Sept. 24

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1) A zero-day vulnerability exposes video surveillance systems to attack.

2) Users of freelance job sites are being targeted in a new malware campaign.

3) A strain of malware known as Xbash contains a harsh cocktail of ransomware, cryptomining, botnet and worm functionality.

4) Adobe Reader received a bundle of emergency fixes, including one for a critical zero-day vulnerability.

5) The powerful mobile spyware Pegasus is being used more widely than previously believed.

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