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Americold hit by cyberattack, American Bank Systems hit by ransomware attack, macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Patches 60 Vulnerabilities, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 17th November 2020 (Evening Post): macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Patches 60 Vulnerabilities, Cold storage giant Americold hit by cyberattack, American Bank Systems hit by ransomware attack, full 53 GB data dump leaked. Continue readingAmericold hit by cyberattack, American Bank Systems hit by ransomware attack, macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 Patches 60 Vulnerabilities, and more

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APT Breach Bug CVE Data leak Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Trojan Vulnerability

US charges Russian intelligence officers for malware attacks, Phishing campaign targets Microsoft, Google, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 20th October 2020 (Evening Post): Ransomware gang Darkside donated part of its ransom demands to charities. Nefilim ransomware operators publish long list of Luxottica data on leak site. Google’s Waze allows hackers to identify and track user.Continue readingUS charges Russian intelligence officers for malware attacks, Phishing campaign targets Microsoft, Google, and more

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ACE APT Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Emotet Hacking Malware MiTM Scam Vulnerability

British Airways fined £20M for data breach, Reynolds & Reynolds CEO slapped with tax evasion charge, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 16th October 2020 (Evening Post): Critical SonicWall vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-5135, affects 800K firewalls. Adobe patches Magento bugs that lead to code execution and customer list tampering. Office 365 adds protection against MITM attacks.Continue readingBritish Airways fined £20M for data breach, Reynolds & Reynolds CEO slapped with tax evasion charge, and more

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APT Botnet Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak Emotet Hacking Malware Misinformation Money laundering Ransomware Scam Vulnerability

Trump campaign account locked by Twitter, Money laundering org. QQAAZZ members indicted by US DoJ, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 16th October 2020 (Morning Post): Scammers profit off of FIFA 21’s large audience, leverages in-game goods and rewards. Puerto Rico firefighting dept. discloses breach, hackers demand $600,000. Egregor ransomware gang leaks Ubisoft, Crytek stolen data.Continue readingTrump campaign account locked by Twitter, Money laundering org. QQAAZZ members indicted by US DoJ, and more

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APT BEC Breach Bug CVE Data leak DDoS Hacking Misinformation Phishing RCE Scam Vulnerability

Barnes & Noble suffers cyberattack, exposes customer data, Carnival Corp. discloses data compromise, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 15th October 2020 (Morning Post): Iranian APT group Silent Librarian increases its spear phishing attacks, targets schools, universities. Travelex faces DDoS threats in an attempt to extort companies worldwide. Intel, Google urge users to update Linux kernel to version 5.9 or later.Continue readingBarnes & Noble suffers cyberattack, exposes customer data, Carnival Corp. discloses data compromise, and more

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Breach Bug Credential Stuffing CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Skimming Social Engineering Third-party breach Vulnerability Zoombombing

2,000 Magento online stores hacked, Department of Veteran Affairs suffers data breach, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 15th September 2020 (Morning Post): Election security court hearing zoombombed with swastikas, WTC attack images on 9/11 anniversary. Staples suffers data breach, exposes customer information. Nation-state hackers target unpatched Microsoft Exchange, F5, VPN bugs.Continue reading2,000 Magento online stores hacked, Department of Veteran Affairs suffers data breach, 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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Bug CVE Cyber Security Hacking Malware Spearphishing Vulnerability

India bans 47 more Chinese mobile apps, Links to Chinese govt. target Vatican prior to Beijing negotiations, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 30th July 2020 (Morning Post): Hacker-for-hire mercenary group, Deceptikons target European law firms. Netwalker ransomware a.k.a. Mailto poses a threat to US govt. and organizations. OKCupid security flaw allows attackers to perform in-app actions without user’s knowledge.Continue readingIndia bans 47 more Chinese mobile apps, Links to Chinese govt. target Vatican prior to Beijing negotiations, and more

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Breach Bug CVE Data leak DDoS Hacking Malware Ransomware Vulnerability

ShinyHunters leak 386 million user records, Hackers behind Garmin attack steals data for the first time, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 29th July 2020 (Evening Post): North Korean Lazaruz Group APT has been linked to several mac malware families in recent attacks. Critical Wordpress plugin bug lets hackers take over hosting account. Magento fixes two code execution vulnerabilities.Continue readingShinyHunters leak 386 million user records, Hackers behind Garmin attack steals data for the first time, and more

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Breach CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Ransomware Scam Skimming Vulnerability

Ghost Squad Hackers deface ESA site, Young hacker pals behind the Twitter attack targeted celebrities, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 20th July (Morning Post): In Wednesday’s attack on Twitter, hackers breached the backend, stole data of eight users. Card skimming attacks forces Magento to add 2FA throughout their platform. Blackbaud stopped a ransomware attack, paid ransom anyway.Continue readingGhost Squad Hackers deface ESA site, Young hacker pals behind the Twitter attack targeted celebrities, and more