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A UK-based fintech was hit by a “sophisticated” cyber-attack last month, compromising the payment information and personal details of its customers. The firm, which helps customers improve their credit score by taking out and repaying loans with it, revealed the incident in an email to customers seen by MoneySavingExpert. It happened on February 20 this...
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Clearview AI, the controversial facial recognition startup that’s gobbled up more than three billion of our photos by scraping social media sites and any other publicly accessible nook and cranny it can find, has lost its entire list of clients to hackers – including details about its many law enforcement clients. In a notification that...
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Researchers at the University of Texas have found a way to bamboozle malicious hackers into giving away their secrets. The DEEP-Dig (DEcEPtion DIGging) method tricks hackers onto a decoy site set up to record whatever sneaky tactics are thrown at it. This information is then fed into a computer, where it is analyzed to produce clues on...
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New research from HackerOne has revealed that hackers believe the technology industry is the least secure industry. The pen test and bug bounty platform collected data from over 3150 individuals who have successfully reported one or more valid security vulnerability on HackerOne, compiling it’s findings into the The 2020 Hacker Report. Of those polled, 18% said that...
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The US and UK governments have both accused Russia of launching a cyber attack against the Georgian government last year. The attacks, mounted on 28 October 2019, came from Russia’s notorious GRU military intelligence unit, according to announcements from the US State Department and the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre. This is a rare statement...
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Chinese hackers linked to state-backed groups have been observed targeting gambling companies in southeast Asia as part of another cyber-espionage campaign. A new report from Trend Micro and Talent-Jump Technologies, Uncovering DRBControl, details the work of the eponymous group, whose activities were uncovered in 2019. Attackers first deploy a spear-phishing email containing .DOCX files, which...
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Security researchers have joined the dots on a long-running Iranian cyber-espionage campaign that targeted unpatched bugs in VPN and RDP to infiltrate target organizations globally. Building on previous research from Dragos, which named the campaign “Parasite” and attributed it to the state-backed APT33 group, ClearSky has gone further with more details. Its new report claimed...
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As many as 31 million stolen payment card records from a 2019 breach at convenience store chain Wawa could soon be on sale on a notorious dark web marketplace. Stas Alforov and Christopher Thomas at threat intelligence firm Gemini Advisory claimed the upload of stolen data at the Joker’s Stash site began on Monday. Dubbed “BIGBADABOOM-III,” the...
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Three men have been arrested in Indonesia in a region-wide crackdown on gangs using the infamous Magecart digital skimming code, according to Interpol. The law enforcement organization worked with private sector partner Group-IB to identify and analyze hundreds of e-commerce websites around the world infected with the malicious JavaScript. Its Operation Night Fury saw Interpol’s...
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An infamous Kremlin-backed hacking group has launched a coordinated phishing campaign aimed at Ukrainian firm Burisma Holdings, in what looks like an attempt to find internal information which could benefit Donald Trump. Security vendor Area 1 claimed the attacks were carried out by the GRU-linked Fancy Bear (APT28) group responsible for stealing and releasing emails...
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Attackers are using a serious bug in Citrix products to scan the internet for weaknesses, according to experts. The flaw, CVE-2019-19781, affects the company’s NetScaler ADC Application Delivery Controller and its Citrix Gateway. The first product is a piece of network equipment that ensures online applications perform well, using load balancing and application monitoring. The...
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Microsoft has seized scores of domains thought to have been used by a North Korean threat group to support a spear-phishing and information-stealing campaign. The tech giant secured a court order after filing against the “Thallium” group (aka APT37), enabling it to take control of 50 domains it said were being used to execute attacks...
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