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APT Breach Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Trojan Vulnerability

Nippon Communications and Minted disclose breach, Octopus Scanner malware infects GitHub NetBeans repos, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 29th May 2020 (Evening Post): Cyber criminals masquerade as Google, target remote workers. Hackers exploit flaws in SaltStack to get to Cisco servers. Hackers sell 5 million user records on dark web; Minted discloses data breach.Continue readingNippon Communications and Minted disclose breach, Octopus Scanner malware infects GitHub NetBeans repos, and more

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APT Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Phishing Spyware Vulnerability

Fake Valorant game scams gamers, Major attack on Israeli Water systems avoided, Retasked Valak steals data, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 29th May 2020 (Morning Post): Fake Arogya Setu app infects devices with spyware. Russia-linked APT group exploits flaw in EXIM. Iran-linked Charming Kitten targeted WHO: says Google. Continue readingFake Valorant game scams gamers, Major attack on Israeli Water systems avoided, Retasked Valak steals data, and more

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APT Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Spearphishing Trojan Vulnerability

Spearphishing campaign steals Office 365 credentials, NSO group masquerades as Facebook to deliver Pegasus, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 26th May 2020 (Morning Post): The Little Clinic notifies 10,000 patients about a glitch in the online appointment system. 40 million Wishbone users’ data leaked. Care19, North Dakota’s contact tracing app, shares user data with third parties. Malspam emails that distribute GuLoader surges.Continue readingSpearphishing campaign steals Office 365 credentials, NSO group masquerades as Facebook to deliver Pegasus, and more

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APT Botnet Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware MiTM Phishing Ransomware RAT TrickBot Trojan Vulnerability

Interserve hacked, details of 100000 employees leaked, Massive data leak exposes 115M Pakistani users’ data, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 18th May 2020: Turla APT target diplomatic entities. Naikon returns, targets foreign affairs, science and technology ministries, with new malware. Wannabe ransomware operators arrested before hospital attacks. Several supercomputers across Europe hacked. Continue readingInterserve hacked, details of 100000 employees leaked, Massive data leak exposes 115M Pakistani users’ data, and more

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APT Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Spyware TrickBot Trojan Vulnerability

9M CDEC Express customers data leaked, MagBo sells access to 43,000 servers, Microsoft 365 sign-in pages spoofed, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 14th May 2020: Iran hackers attempt to interfere in the 2014 Scottish Independence referendum. City Index reports intrusion and a potential data breach in a notification to its users. Hacker selling 550 million stolen user records on hacking forum.
Continue reading9M CDEC Express customers data leaked, MagBo sells access to 43,000 servers, Microsoft 365 sign-in pages spoofed, and more

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APT Botnet Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT TrickBot Trojan Vulnerability

Attacks on RDP ports shoot up, RUB shuts down after cyber attack, Maze ransomware attacks egg supplier, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 7th May 2020: Chinese Naikon APT reappears. North Korean Hackers Release Mac Variant of Dacls RAT. Malicious Bots Infiltrate Online Food Delivery. Cisco fixes high-severity flaws in ASA. Critical flaw in CODESYS allows code execution.Continue readingAttacks on RDP ports shoot up, RUB shuts down after cyber attack, Maze ransomware attacks egg supplier, and more

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APT Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Spearphishing Vulnerability

GoDaddy breached, Adversaries to target COVID-19 responders, Adult cam CAM4 exposes 10.88B records, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 5th May 2020: Naughty Boy grants access to unreleased content S3 bucket of The Last of Us Part II. Second ransomware attack on Toll Group affects deliveries. Ransomware strikes Taiwan energy company CPC Corp. Kaiji malware targets IoT devices.Continue readingGoDaddy breached, Adversaries to target COVID-19 responders, Adult cam CAM4 exposes 10.88B records, and more

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APT Botnet Breach Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware Vulnerability

25,000 NIH, WHO email addresses dumped online, Phishing attack targets Skype, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 23rd April 2020: Fraudsters trick British Equity Firms to transfer $1.3 million. Sodinokibi ransomware targets SeaChange next. Google TAG identifies APTs using COVID-19 as a cover for their espionage activities. Hackers target Danish Agro’s systems.Continue reading25,000 NIH, WHO email addresses dumped online, Phishing attack targets Skype, and more

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APT Botnet Breach Cyber Security DDoS Malware MiTM Phishing Ransomware RCE Vulnerability

More gaming companies targeted, Sextortion spam mails demand $800 in BTC, US relief funds leak data, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 22nd April 2020: Suspicious domains impersonate and target Netflix, Disney+. Fitness app Kinomap leaks 42 million records of users. Phishing attacks use fast food lures to target government employees. Hackers breach 60 ad servers, add malicious advertisements.Continue readingMore gaming companies targeted, Sextortion spam mails demand $800 in BTC, US relief funds leak data, and more

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APT Botnet Breach CVE DDoS Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Spearphishing Vulnerability

Chrome extensions hijack bitcoin wallets, DDoS hits EA Sports, North Korean hackers for hire, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 15th April 2020: APT37 launches a phishing cyber espionage campaign. Massive DDoS attack forces EA Sports to go offline globally. CyberMath breaches Wappalyzer to send emails to its users. Flight refund scam amidst Coronavirus anxiety. Nemty shuts down its public RaaS.Continue readingChrome extensions hijack bitcoin wallets, DDoS hits EA Sports, North Korean hackers for hire, and more