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APT Breach Data leak Hacking Misinformation Ransomware Scam Vulnerability

FBI warns over election disinformation campaign, Indian COVID-19 monitoring tool exposes 8M users data, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 23rd September 2020 (Evening Post): OldGremlin hacking group strikes Russian companies with ransomware. New Zebrocy campaign, associated with Russian state-linked threat actor APT28, targets countries affiliated with NATO.Continue readingFBI warns over election disinformation campaign, Indian COVID-19 monitoring tool exposes 8M users data, and more

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APT Blackmail Breach Credential Stuffing CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Phishing Scam Vulnerability

Amazon delivery drivers hack scheduling system, Hacker sentenced to 5 years for blackmailing, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 22nd September 2020 (Evening Post): Activision denies claims of breach, following incident that affected 500,000 user accounts. Popular TikTok profiles promote fraudulent mobile apps generating $500,000. FBI reveals Chinese data mining scheme.Continue readingAmazon delivery drivers hack scheduling system, Hacker sentenced to 5 years for blackmailing, and more

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Breach Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Ransomware Scam Vulnerability

1.3M Havenly accounts leaked after data breach, Pivot Technology Solutions discloses data breach, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 3rd August 2020 (Evening Post): GhostWriter attempts to discredit NATO through a disinformation campaign. Online video streaming service, IndieFlix, leaves confidential data on an unsecured Amazon S3 bucket. Garmin receives decryption key for WastedLocker.Continue reading1.3M Havenly accounts leaked after data breach, Pivot Technology Solutions discloses data breach, and more

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Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Ransomware Snooping Trojan Vulnerability

CloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 12th March 2020

Round Up of Major Breaches and Scams Comcast accidentally published 200,000 “unlisted” phone numbers Comcast mistakenly published the names, phone numbers, and addresses of nearly 200,000 customers who paid monthly fees to make their numbers unlisted. The names and numbers were made available on Ecolisting, a directory run by Comcast, and picked up by third-party directories.…Continue readingCloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 12th March 2020