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Twitter’s data security incident causes bill info to leak, Vicious blackmail attempt targets Commonwealth Games athlete, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 24th June 2020 (Morning Post): Following BlueLeaks data dump, Twitter bans @DDoSecret. CryCryptor ransomware targets Canada, masquerades as COVID-19 tracing app. Organizations across Austria, Switzerland, and Germany hit by Thanos ransomware refuse to pay ransom. Continue readingTwitter’s data security incident causes bill info to leak, Vicious blackmail attempt targets Commonwealth Games athlete, and more

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Breach CVE Cyber Security DDoS Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT RCE TrickBot Vulnerability

Greenbug hacks Pakistan telecom firms, Microsoft warns of massive Excel phishing campaign, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 20th May 2020: Cosmetic giant leaks 192 million payment data records. 773 million password breach suspect arrested. WolfRAT targets Whatsapp, Messenger. REvil all set to auction Madonna’s data. Adobe patches Character Animator critical flaw.Continue readingGreenbug hacks Pakistan telecom firms, Microsoft warns of massive Excel phishing campaign, and more

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APT Botnet Breach CVE DDoS Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Spearphishing Vulnerability

Chrome extensions hijack bitcoin wallets, DDoS hits EA Sports, North Korean hackers for hire, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 15th April 2020: APT37 launches a phishing cyber espionage campaign. Massive DDoS attack forces EA Sports to go offline globally. CyberMath breaches Wappalyzer to send emails to its users. Flight refund scam amidst Coronavirus anxiety. Nemty shuts down its public RaaS.Continue readingChrome extensions hijack bitcoin wallets, DDoS hits EA Sports, North Korean hackers for hire, and more

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Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware

CloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 27th February 2020

Round Up of Major Breaches and Scams Phishing campaign uses fake NortonLifelock documents to distribute RAT Researchers have discovered a phishing campaign, which uses fake NortonLifelock documents, to bait users into installing a RAT (remote access tool). The password-enabled document contains a malicious macro, which is executed, once the document is enabled by the victim.…Continue readingCloudSEK Daily Threat Bulletin – 27th February 2020