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Trump campaign leaks voter data amidst legal battle, Luxottica data breach exposes LensCrafters, EyeMed data, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 9th November 2020 (Morning Post): HMRC smishing tax rebate scam employs phishing domains and tactics to target UK banking customers. Mayo Clinic sued over data breach of patients’ medical records. Hackers demand $11 million in Bitcoin from gaming giant CAPCOM.Continue readingTrump campaign leaks voter data amidst legal battle, Luxottica data breach exposes LensCrafters, EyeMed data, and more

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Smishing campaign masquerades as USPS, Bug in order tracking system caused Staples breach, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 16th September 2020 (Evening Post): Indian pleads guilty to his role in $600,000 malware protection scam. LockBit ransomware launches data leak site to double-extort victims. Facebook hacked by researchers exploiting MobileIron MDM flaw.Continue readingSmishing campaign masquerades as USPS, Bug in order tracking system caused Staples breach, and more

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KVKK, Swvl, Dunzo suffers data breach, 25,000 UAE police data on sale on dark web forum, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 13th July 2020 (Morning Post): Hacker forum sells over 1,300 phishing kits making over $30,000. Smishing campaign spreads fake TikTok app that downloads malware, stealing sensitive data. Flaw in Indian Chingari app allows it to be easily hacked.Continue readingKVKK, Swvl, Dunzo suffers data breach, 25,000 UAE police data on sale on dark web forum, and more

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CloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 20th February 2020

Round Up of Major Breaches and Scams 10 million+ records of MGM guests, now available on hacking forum 10 million records of MGM guests are now available for free on a hacking forum. The data, which was stolen during a security breach in July 2019, includes 3.1 million unique email addresses, names, addresses, and phone…Continue readingCloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 20th February 2020