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Ukraine police dismantles money laundering gang, Fake investment scheme uses bogus endorsements from Ed Sheeran, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 19th August 2020 (Morning Post): 61% of IATA member airlines do not have a published DMARC record, exposing customers to phishing attacks. Final Senate Intelligence Committee reports contact between Trump 2016 campaign and Russian spies.Continue readingUkraine police dismantles money laundering gang, Fake investment scheme uses bogus endorsements from Ed Sheeran, and more

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Researchers detect technique to abuse EMV cards, Hackers post fake stories on real news sites, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 31st July 2020 (Evening Post): The EU imposes sanctions against China, Russia, and North Korea for past cyber-attacks. Online Michigan Bar Exam disrupted briefly by DDoS attacks. FBI warns of NetWalker ransomware targeting businesses.Continue readingResearchers detect technique to abuse EMV cards, Hackers post fake stories on real news sites, and more

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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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CloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 4th March 2020

Round Up of Major Breaches and Scams Tesco notifies Clubcard loyalty members of credential-stuffing attack U.K. supermarket chain Tesco has notified, 600,000 Clubcard loyalty program members, of a credential-stuffing attack. The attack came to light when Tesco’s internal systems detected attackers trying different combinations of usernames and passwords to access Clubcard accounts. The credentials are…Continue readingCloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 4th March 2020