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Botnet Credential Stuffing Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Phishing Scam Vulnerability

Hackers attack major Telegram channels, North Face suffers credential stuffing attack, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 16th November 2020 (Morning Post): Intel fixes a series of bugs that made it possible for attackers to install malicious firmware, Apple has issued multiple security updates, and TroubleGrabber malware targets Discord users.Continue readingHackers attack major Telegram channels, North Face suffers credential stuffing attack, and more

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APT Breach Bug CVE Data leak Hacking Malware Ransomware Scam Vulnerability Zero-day

Russian hacker group targets 100s of industrial enterprises, Ping Identity acquires Symphonic Software, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 6th November 2020 (Evening Post): Pay2Key ransomware target Israeli companies and large corporations. Ransomware groups increasingly stops honoring their promises, posts stolen data after payment. Cisco zero-day in AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client Software unpatched.Continue readingRussian hacker group targets 100s of industrial enterprises, Ping Identity acquires Symphonic Software, and more

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ACE APT BEC Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak Espionage Hacking Malware Ransomware Scam Spyware Vulnerability Zero-day

US DoJ seizes $1B in Bitcoins tied to Silk Road, Hackers compromise 1,200 company VoIP servers, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 6th November 2020 (Morning Post): Ragnar Locker demands $15 million after stealing 2 TB unencrypted Campari files. North Korean cyberespionage campaign uses Torisma spyware to monitor victims in stealth. Apple releases updates for 3 actively exploited 0-day vulnerabilities. Continue readingUS DoJ seizes $1B in Bitcoins tied to Silk Road, Hackers compromise 1,200 company VoIP servers, and more

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APT Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Maze Misinformation Phishing Ransomware Scam Skimming Spam Vulnerability Zero-day

Bitcoin wallet emptied of $1B ahead of US election, Over 23,600 hacked databases leaked on Telegram, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 4th November 2020 (Evening Post): Cannabis growers’ community website exposes more than 3.4 million user records, passwords. Maze clients turn to Sekhmet ransomware group’s Egregor as a substitute. Microsoft store games abused for Windows privilege escalation.Continue readingBitcoin wallet emptied of $1B ahead of US election, Over 23,600 hacked databases leaked on Telegram, and more

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APT Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Hacking Misinformation Phishing Scam Spoofing Vulnerability

Iran’s Proud Boys emails threaten Democrat voters, Gift voucher scam targets Marks & Spencer CEO, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 22nd October 2020 (Morning Post): Hackers held Caribbean’s biggest conglomerate Ansa McAl’s IT systems hostage in a ransomware attack. Oracle releases 402 security patches in its latest critical patch update (CPU). WordPress deploys forced security fix for bug in Loginizer.Continue readingIran’s Proud Boys emails threaten Democrat voters, Gift voucher scam targets Marks & Spencer CEO, and more

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APT Botnet Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Hacking Malware Maze Phishing Ransomware Scam Spoofing Spying Stalkerware Trojan Vulnerability

Rapper Nuke Bizzle scams $1.2M in COVID-19 relief, FBI warns of new spoofed US Census Bureau domains, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 20th October (Morning Post): Spying remote access Trojan, GravityRAT targets Android, MacOS devices in India. US Department of Justice announce charges against 6 Sandworm APT members in NotPetya cyberattacks. Ryuk ransomware gang uses Zerologon for rapid attacks. Continue readingRapper Nuke Bizzle scams $1.2M in COVID-19 relief, FBI warns of new spoofed US Census Bureau domains, and more

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APT BEC Botnet Breach CVE Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Emotet Hacking Malware Ransomware RCE Scam Spying TrickBot Vulnerability

Hackers have access to 50K security cams, Emotet malware operators resume services, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 14th October 2020 (Evening Post): Twitter suspends Trump supporters accounts on the grounds of spam and manipulation. Financial crime group FIN11 pivots to ransomware and stolen data extortion. Allen-Bradley adapter found to have remotely exploitable DoS flaws.Continue readingHackers have access to 50K security cams, Emotet malware operators resume services, and more

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APT Breach Bug Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Emotet Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Scam Spam Trojan Vulnerability Zero-day

H&M charged with €35.2m fine for GDPR violations, 2 million Edureka users’ data exposed in data breach, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 5th October 2020 (Morning Post): University Hospital New Jersey pays ransom of $670K to prevent publishing of 240GB data. Egregor ransomware threatens a mass-media release of victims’ corporate data. Emotet malware interferes in the 2020 US Presidential Election. Continue readingH&M charged with €35.2m fine for GDPR violations, 2 million Edureka users’ data exposed in data breach, and more

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Botnet Breach Bug Credential Stuffing CVE Cyber Security Data leak Emotet Malware Phishing Scam Vulnerability

179 arrests made for drug trafficking on darknet, Luxottica confirms ransomware attack, disrupts work, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 23rd September 2020 (Morning Post): CISA’s advisory warns of notable increase in LokiBot malware. German investigators blame Russian DoppelPaymer gang for deadly hospital attack. Firefox 81 released with credit card autofill and new theme.Continue reading179 arrests made for drug trafficking on darknet, Luxottica confirms ransomware attack, disrupts work, 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