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APT Breach Bug Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Spearphishing Vulnerability Zoombombing

£130,000 fine imposed on pension scheme cold caller, Equinix discloses ransomware incident, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 10th September 2020 (Evening Post): Irish regulators ask Facebook to stop sending EU user data to the US due to privacy concerns. Office 365 phishing runs real-time check of stolen domain logins. Ransomware and zoombombing disrupt back-to-school plans.Continue reading£130,000 fine imposed on pension scheme cold caller, Equinix discloses ransomware incident, and more

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Adware BEC Bug CVE Cyber Security Cybersquatting Phishing Ransomware RAT RCE Scam Skimming Spam Trojan Vulnerability Zero-day

Facebook, Twitter suspends Russian propaganda accounts, Russia’s IRA discusses QAnon on Facebook, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 2nd September 2020 (Morning Post): Russian engineer, Pavel Zhovner, raised $5 million for Tamagotchi for Flipper Zero hackers. Cybercriminals launch new scams targeting global brand domain names. Magecart credit-card skimmer adds Telegram as C2 channel.Continue readingFacebook, Twitter suspends Russian propaganda accounts, Russia’s IRA discusses QAnon on Facebook, and more

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Adware APT BEC Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Phishing Ransomware RCE Scam Skimming Vulnerability

Samsung leaks details of 980 Pro NVMe SSD, Paytm Mall suffers data breach, actors demand ransom, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 1st September 2020 (Evening Post): Hackers sell compromised Fortnite accounts on underground forums, earning millions every year. Iranian hacking group Pioneer Kitten sells access to stolen corporate networks. Apple accidentally approves Mac Shlayer malware. Continue readingSamsung leaks details of 980 Pro NVMe SSD, Paytm Mall suffers data breach, actors demand ransom, and more

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APT Botnet Breach Bug Cyber Security Data leak Emotet Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Spam Spying Trojan Vulnerability

Morgan Stanley sued over two data breaches, Email leak exposes 47 clergy abuse victims, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 31st August 2020 (Morning Post): Help Center phishing scam targets Instagram users, steals Instagram, email credentials. In a major data breach, hackers gain unrestricted access into Paytm Mall database. Iranian APT Charming Kitten contacts targets via WhatsApp, LinkedIn.Continue readingMorgan Stanley sued over two data breaches, Email leak exposes 47 clergy abuse victims, and more

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Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security DDoS Espionage Hacking Malware Ransomware RCE Scam Vulnerability

Empire Market offline, suspects exit scam, TikTok files lawsuit against US government, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 25th August (Morning Post): Iranian hackers leveraged RDP to deploy Dharma ransomware. Transsion, low-cost Android smartphones manufacturer, pre-installs malware on devices to list users on subscription services. Ransomware attack targets Brookfield Residential.Continue readingEmpire Market offline, suspects exit scam, TikTok files lawsuit against US government, and more

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Breach Bug Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Ransomware Spoofing Trojan Vulnerability

US built secret iPod to covertly collect data, Instacart discloses security incident by 2 contractors, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 21st August (Morning Post): University of Utah pays a $457,000 ransom to ransomware gang. Malware can no longer disable Microsoft Defender via the Registry. Google fixed email spoofing flaw 7 hours after public disclosure.Continue readingUS built secret iPod to covertly collect data, Instacart discloses security incident by 2 contractors, and more

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APT Breach Bug Cyber Security Data leak Espionage Hacking Phishing RaaS Ransomware Scam Vulnerability Zero-day

US officials say TikTok users voluntarily gave data to China, Azure app abused in phishing campaign, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 13th August 2020 (Morning Post): Verified Twitter account masquerades as WHO official, spreads racist remarks and misinformation. ReVoLTE vulnerability allows actors to eavesdrop on conversations. Offensive espionage campaign attributed to North Korean ‘Dream Job’.Continue readingUS officials say TikTok users voluntarily gave data to China, Azure app abused in phishing campaign, and more

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Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Ransomware Vulnerability

Gothic Panda, Stone Panda attack Indian companies, Data of Avito, Yula users appear on the internet, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 27th July 2020 (Morning Post): Russia’s GRU military intel agency behind most aggressive hacking attacks on US govt. Cyber criminals target Airtel customers with eSIM swapping fraud. Researchers suggest that users patch ASUS routers, as they can be reflashed with malware.Continue readingGothic Panda, Stone Panda attack Indian companies, Data of Avito, Yula users appear on the internet, and more

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APT Botnet Breach CVE Cyber Security Hacking Malware RCE Vulnerability

Hacking forums loaded with Slack credentials, Meow attack targets dozens of Elasticsearch databases, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 23rd July 2020 (Evening Post): Prometei botnet spotted in the wild, exploits Windows SMB protocol to covertly mine for cryptocurrency. Fake cryptocurrency trading app hits Mac users with malware. Apple’s iPhone Research Device Program makes its debut. Continue readingHacking forums loaded with Slack credentials, Meow attack targets dozens of Elasticsearch databases, and more

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Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak Emotet Malware Ransomware Scam Trojan Vulnerability

Phishing campaign abuses Microsoft, IBM services, Hackers targeted 130 Twitter accounts, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 20th July 2020 (Evening Post): Emotet resurfaces with a blast of malicious spam, spreads backdoor that installs ransomware, trojans, other malware. Columbia notifies ransomware victims, provides details to members whose data may have been compromised.Continue readingPhishing campaign abuses Microsoft, IBM services, Hackers targeted 130 Twitter accounts, and more