Latest Cyberattack Against Iran Part of Ongoing CampaignIran's steel manufacturing industry is victim to ongoing cyberattacks that previously impacted the country's rail system.
Google Patches Actively Exploited Chrome BugThe heap buffer overflow issue in the browser’s WebRTC engine could allow attackers to execute arbitrary code.
This WhatsApp scam promises you a visa, but just sends you into a spiralWorker shortages are the hook for the phoney government's 'offer.'
Ukrainian police takes down phishing gang behind payments scamGang may have defrauded 5,000 people with promises of EU support.
Hacker claims to have obtained data on one billion Chinese citizens
Personal information allegedly leaked from Shanghai police database would be one of biggest data breaches in history
A hacker has claimed to have procured a trove of personal information from the Shanghai police on one billion Chinese citizens, which tech experts say, if true, would be one of the biggest data breaches in history.
The anonymous internet user, identified as “ChinaDan”, posted on hacker forum Breach Forums last week offering to sell the more than 23 terabytes (TB) of data for 10 bitcoin, equivalent to about $200,000 (£165,000).Continue reading...
Virtual-world tech company owner arrested over alleged $45m investment fraud schemeInvestment fraud scheme defrauded more than 10,000 victims, says Department of Justice.
The British Army is investigating after its Twitter and YouTube accounts were hijackedThe hijackers used the accounts to promote cryptocurrency and NFTs.
Cyberattacks: A very real existential threat to organizations
One in five organizations have teetered on the brink of insolvency after a cyberattack. Can your company keep hackers at bay?
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Watch out for survey scams – Week in security with Tony Anscombe
As scammers continue to ask people to take fake surveys, can you recognize some common telltale signs you're dealing with a scam?
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Phishing scam poses as Canadian tax agency before Canada Day
The lead-up to the Canada Day festivities has brought a tax scam with it
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ZuoRAT Can Take Over Widely Used SOHO RoutersDevices from Cisco, Netgear and others at risk from the multi-stage malware, which has been active since April 2020 and shows the work of a sophisticated threat actor.
Users of biggest NFT marketplace warned over phishing after data leak
OpenSea tells customers and subscribers not to open emails and files ‘sent by strangers’ after revealing breach
The world’s biggest marketplace for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) has warned its users to be on the alert for email phishing attacks following a massive data leak.
OpenSea, where traders exchange the crypto assets, told customers and newsletter subscribers not to open emails and files “sent by strangers” after revealing the breach.Continue reading...
A Guide to Surviving a Ransomware AttackOliver Tavakoli, CTO at Vectra AI, gives us hope that surviving a ransomware attack is possible, so long as we apply preparation and intentionality to our defense posture.
Costco 40th anniversary scam targets WhatsApp users
If the promise of a cash prize in return for answering a few questions sounds like a deal that is too good to be true, that’s because it is
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Leaky Access Tokens Exposed Amazon Photos of UsersHackers with Amazon users’ authentication tokens could’ve stolen or encrypted personal photos and documents.
Period tracking apps are no longer safe. Delete themOpinion: The convenience isn't worth the risk.
Patchable and Preventable Security Issues Lead Causes of Q1 AttacksAttacks against U.S. companies spike in Q1 2022 with patchable and preventable external vulnerabilities responsible for bulk of attacks.
Do back offices mean backdoors?
War in Europe, a reminder for shared service centers and shoring operations to re-examine IT security posture
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