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APT Breach Data leak Doxxing Espionage Hacking Malware Ransomware Scam Stalkerware Vulnerability

Scammers masquerade as Moscow State Univ., Chinese hackers steal data from Spanish labs, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 18th September 2020 (Evening Post): Google’s awkward stalkerware typo said it was ok to spy spouse. Data breach affects thousands of patients and donors at Children’s Minnesota, Allina Health, Regions Hospital and Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare.Continue readingScammers masquerade as Moscow State Univ., Chinese hackers steal data from Spanish labs, and more

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ACE Breach Bug Cross-site Scripting CVE Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Emotet Ransomware RCE Scam Skimming Vulnerability Zero-day

Credit card skimmer Baka evades detection methods, Netwalker targets Pakistani power utility K-Electric, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 9th September 2020 (Morning Post): Russian government claims that USA, UK, Ukrainian DDoS attacks targeted voting in Russian Federation. France, Japan, and New Zealand warn of a surge in Emotet attacks. Adobe InDesign, Framemaker, and Experience Manager flaws fixed.Continue readingCredit card skimmer Baka evades detection methods, Netwalker targets Pakistani power utility K-Electric, and more

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APT Botnet Breach Bug Cryptojacking Data leak Emotet Hacking Malware Ransomware RAT Scam Trojan Vulnerability Zero-day

Hackers steal 738 GB of Service NSW customer data, Netwalker demands $4M after attacking Argentinian govt., and more

Major cybersecurity events on 8th September 2020 (Morning Post): Chinese hacker group Winnti attacks five Russian developers of banking software and a construction company. Columbia University academics detect crypto bugs in 306 popular Android apps, unpatched. Continue readingHackers steal 738 GB of Service NSW customer data, Netwalker demands $4M after attacking Argentinian govt., and more

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APT Breach Bug Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Skimming Trojan Vulnerability Zero-day

Hackers breach Warner Music Group websites, Criminals pilfer card data on Telegram through new skimming technique, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 7th September 2020 (Morning Post): Visa warns users of new e-skimmer dubbed Baka that exfiltrates payment card details, removes itself from memory. Ad scammers target TikTok’s #ForYou page. Zero-day vulnerability exploited to attack millions of WordPress sites.Continue readingHackers breach Warner Music Group websites, Criminals pilfer card data on Telegram through new skimming technique, and more

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Breach CVE Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Hacking Ransomware Vulnerability Zero-day

440K ProctorU user records published after breach, Qualcomm, MediaTek Wi-Fi chips hit by KrØØk, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 7th August 2020 (Morning Post): Netwalker ransomware operators claims to have breached the networks of Forsee Power. New side-channel attacks target Intel, ARM, IBM, AMD processors. Smart lock IoT devices opened with just Mac addresses. Continue reading440K ProctorU user records published after breach, Qualcomm, MediaTek Wi-Fi chips hit by KrØØk, and more

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Breach Cyber Security Data leak Malware Ransomware Scam Spyware Vulnerability

Zello discloses data breach, resets user passwords, Fraudulent websites target online shoppers, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 4th August 2020 (Evening Post): Federal authorities warn of a ransomware attack that could paralyze November’s voting operations. Netwalker ransomware makes a whopping $25 million in 5 months. Ransomware gang publishes internal data of LG and Xerox.Continue readingZello discloses data breach, resets user passwords, Fraudulent websites target online shoppers, and more

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Breach CVE Cyber Security Data leak DDoS Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Vulnerability

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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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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CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Trojan Vulnerability

Coinbase stops customers from paying Twitter hackers, Tesco phishing scam targets UK customers, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 21st July 2020 (Evening Post): Netwalker ransomware targets Lorien Health Services, steals data of at least 50,000. Fake cryptocurrency trading apps spread GMERA malware to Mac users. Four banking trojan families, called Tetrade, targets user worldwide.Continue readingCoinbase stops customers from paying Twitter hackers, Tesco phishing scam targets UK customers, and more

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Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware Spearphishing Vulnerability

NetWalker continues to attack colleges, Riviera Maya skims at least 100 ATMs in Mexico, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 5th June 2020 (Morning Post): 2 barcode reader apps on Google Play Store found using ad fraud techniques. Aeries Software that stores student information breached in around 150 school districts. Zoom patches vulnerabilities found by Cisco. Continue readingNetWalker continues to attack colleges, Riviera Maya skims at least 100 ATMs in Mexico, and more