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Back in July, WIRED security writer Lily Hay Newman assessed the year in hacks and breaches and found, "the first six months of 2017 have seen an inordinate number of cybersecurity meltdowns. And they weren't just your standard corporate breaches. It's only July, and already there's been viral, state-sponsored ransomware, leaks of spy tools from US intelligence agencies, and full-on campaign hacking."
So we are, in the back half of the year, and since then, there was the massive Equifax breach, a wi-fi vulnerability that left millions of devices exposed, and a security flaw in MacOS High Sierra that let anyone gain root access to the operating system with no password required.
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