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Breach CVE Cyber Security Malware Ransomware Vulnerability

Hacker arrested for selling PII, Shlayer Mac malware spreads through poisoned Google search results, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 22nd June 2020 (Evening Post): Hackers hide malicious payloads in fake Windows error logs. New malware masquerades as a hack to get the premium Discord Nitro services. Cisco Webex Meetings flaw allows hackers to impersonate users.Continue readingHacker arrested for selling PII, Shlayer Mac malware spreads through poisoned Google search results, and more

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Breach Malware Phishing Ransomware Spearphishing Vulnerability

Police launches investigation into credit card leak, Norway suspends Smittetstopp over privacy concerns, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 16th June 2020 (Evening Post): Employees steal master key, South African bank forced to replace 12 million cards. Impact of Foodora data breach reverberates across 14 countries. Qbot malware payloads campaign targets US bank customers.Continue readingPolice launches investigation into credit card leak, Norway suspends Smittetstopp over privacy concerns, and more

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Breach CVE DDoS Malware Phishing Ransomware Vulnerability

Mespinoza/Pysa ransomware, HawkEye, RedLine Malware

Major cybersecurity events on 19th March 2020: Sodinokibi ransomware data leaks sold on hacker forums. DDoS attacks target Takeaway food delivery service. Phishing campaign sends out emails posing as WHO Chief to spread HawkEye malware. [email protected] phishing spreads RedLine.Continue readingMespinoza/Pysa ransomware, HawkEye, RedLine Malware

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Emotet Malware Phishing Rougeware

CloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 5th February 2020

From charity organizations to government entities, just in the last few days, we have seen the impact of attacks on, 12 Indian government entities, the city of Racine, a voter registration website, and the Red Kite Community Housing charity. With Emotet finding a new carrier in W-9 tax forms, it is more obvious than ever…Continue readingCloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 5th February 2020