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ACE APT BEC Breach Bug Credential Stuffing CVE Cyber Security Data leak Espionage Hacking Malware Phishing RaaS Ransomware Scam Vulnerability

Russian, North Korean Hackers Target Vaccine Work, Vertafore ‘data event’ affects 27.7 million people, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 13th November 2020 (Evening Post): Three of 337,384 Maltese voters demand €10m fine for IT firm behind huge data breach. COVID-19 data-sharing app leaked healthcare worker information. Australian government issues warning against Clop ransomware.Continue readingRussian, North Korean Hackers Target Vaccine Work, Vertafore ‘data event’ affects 27.7 million people, and more

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Arbitrary Code Execution Breach Bug Credential Stuffing Cyber Security Data leak Fleeceware Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Vulnerability

Minecraft-related apps defraud millions of gamers, The North Face suffers a credential stuffing attack, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 13th November 2020 (Morning Post): Popular stock photo service, 123RF, suffers data breach after hacker sells database containing 8.3 million user records. YouTube, YouTube TV affected by a two-hour global outage. Ransomware threats increasingly target manufacturing companies.Continue readingMinecraft-related apps defraud millions of gamers, The North Face suffers a credential stuffing attack, and more

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APT Breach Bug Cyber Security Data leak Deepfake Malware Phishing Ransomware Scam Spam Spyware Vulnerability

Marketing firm Friendemic exposes 2.7M customer records, Docsketch discloses security breach, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 12th October 2020 (Morning Post): Tyler Technologies pays ransom to obtain decryption key, following ransomware attack. Clop ransomware hits tech giant Software AG, demands over $20 million as ransom. Russia-linked threat group TA505 exploits Zerologon through fake software updates.Continue readingMarketing firm Friendemic exposes 2.7M customer records, Docsketch discloses security breach, and more

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APT Botnet Breach Bug CVE Cyber Security Data leak Hacking Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Scam Skimming Trojan Vulnerability

Criminals steal over £100,000 from old aged in Lancaster, Ransomware gang leverages Zerologon in attacks, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 9th October 2020 (Evening Post): Cybercriminals target Playback Now conference platform with payment card skimmer. Fitbit gallery can be used to distribute malicious apps. 55 new security flaws reported in Apple software and services.Continue readingCriminals steal over £100,000 from old aged in Lancaster, Ransomware gang leverages Zerologon in attacks, and more

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Breach Cyber Security Malware Phishing Ransomware RAT Spyware Vulnerability

TikTok flaw allows attacks on user feed, Coronavirus app injects spyware, RagnarLocker targets EDP, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 14th April 2020: ‘Protag’ dumps 4 million Quidd user accounts on hacker forum. COVID-stricken Zaandam cruise ship breached. A potential cyberespionage campaign, Project Spy, infects Android, iOS devices with spyware. TA505 crime gang deploys SDBbot.Continue readingTikTok flaw allows attacks on user feed, Coronavirus app injects spyware, RagnarLocker targets EDP, and more

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Breach Cyber Security Malware Phishing RAT Vulnerability

Remcos RAT cloaked as SMB grants, Malicious USBs doing the rounds, Hacked Linksys routers, and more

Major cybersecurity events on 27th March 2020: Teleworking attracts brute-force attacks on Linksys routers. European companies targeted by hackers, suspected to be the Silence and TA505 groups. FBI warns of malicious USB drives delivered via USPS. Remcos RAT payloads target U.S. SBA.Continue readingRemcos RAT cloaked as SMB grants, Malicious USBs doing the rounds, Hacked Linksys routers, 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