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Go Programming Gains Popularity as GitHub Provides Security Features.
July 28, 2021

Go Programming Gains Popularity as GitHub Provides Security Features.

Go module’s popularity increasing largely. The Go programming module has been given an update by GitHub in the form of a new supply chain. This supply chain deals with the security updates for the module to make it better. On July 22 the product manager of GitHub; William Bartholomew issuedRead More
Ireland and UK in “Close Cooperation” Against Cyberthreat to Ireland’s Energy
July 6, 2021

Ireland and UK in “Close Cooperation” Against Cyberthreat to Ireland’s Energy

Ireland’s telecom, energy & transport sectors under cyber threat The UK’s top cyber official has alarmed Irish telecom, energy, and transportation infrastructure of the growing cyber threats that continue to threaten them while acknowledging the UK’s ongoing close cooperation with Ireland. During a remote appearance at an Institute of InternationalRead More
A Hacking Group Carry Out the Competition to Find New Cryptocurrency Hacks
June 4, 2021

A Hacking Group Carry Out the Competition to Find New Cryptocurrency Hacks

115k dollars for a secret cryptocurrency hacking competition For the few past month, a top Russian-language underground forum has run a “contest” in which it is asking its community to submit unconventional ways of attacking cryptocurrency hacks On April 20, 2021, the forum’s administrator invited members to submit papers givingRead More
Insurance Firm CNA Financial Reportedly Paid Hackers $40 Million in Ransom
May 25, 2021

Insurance Firm CNA Financial Reportedly Paid Hackers $40 Million in Ransom

Hackers extort insurance firm CNA Financial for $40 million A ransomware gang attacked CNA Financial and it had to pay $40 million to gain access to its systems; the most expensive ransom ever paid. According to Bloomberg citing “people familiar with the attack,” the adversary that staged the intrusion allegedlyRead More
One Of the Largest Pizza Company Suffers a Data Leak
May 24, 2021

One Of the Largest Pizza Company Suffers a Data Leak

Domino’s face yet another cyber-attack and data leak Several security experts claim that Domino’s suffered another data breach this year in which 18 crore customers’ orders were made available on the dark web, including credit card details.  It was reported earlier this month that a hacker had successfully accessed 13TBRead More
FBI Analyst Charged With Stealing Counterterrorism and Cyber Threat Info
May 24, 2021

FBI Analyst Charged With Stealing Counterterrorism and Cyber Threat Info

Counter-terrorism and cyber threat info stolen by FBI employee Indicted by the Department of Justice (DoJ), the employee of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was convicted of illegally removing national security documents. She had been retained the documents at her home for 13 years from June 2004 to DecemberRead More
Attackers Take Advantage of Microsoft’s Bug Report
May 22, 2021

Attackers Take Advantage of Microsoft’s Bug Report

The threat actor searches publicly on the web for vulnerable systems every moment, staying one step ahead of international companies to identify serious vulnerabilities to attack. When critical vulnerabilities are discovered, an attacker’s efforts are greatly increased and new checks begin on the Web within minutes of publication. Throughout their quest forRead More
Brazilian Cybercriminals Created Fake Accounts for Uber, Lyft and DoorDash
May 19, 2021

Brazilian Cybercriminals Created Fake Accounts for Uber, Lyft and DoorDash

Brazilian cyber criminals are now defrauding users who are not aware of the companies policies with fake ID, fake driving license on Uber, Lyft and DoorDash apps.   A Brazilian organization recently reported opening a scam on users of digital networks including Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash. It has been reportedRead More
Beware of Lorenz Ransomware Gang Targeting Organizations with Customized Attacks
May 17, 2021

Beware of Lorenz Ransomware Gang Targeting Organizations with Customized Attacks

Security researchers has said that there has been a new ransomware attack that is malicious and targeting organizations worldwide in exchange for thousands of dollars. The Lorenz ransomware encryptor was similar to a previous type of ransomware known as ThunderCrypt, a report from Bleeping Computer reported. Although Lorenz does notRead More
CaptureRX Ransomware Affects Healthcare Provider Clients
May 12, 2021

CaptureRX Ransomware Affects Healthcare Provider Clients

In recent times, CaptureRx, a leading Healthcare technology company based in San Antonio, has experienced a ransomware attack in which hackers exploited the protected health information of customers and patients. The organization operates in all the major states, and it has one of the largest databases in the country. Health organizationRead More
Largest Fuel Pipeline in the U.S Forced to Shut Down by Cyberattacks
May 11, 2021

Largest Fuel Pipeline in the U.S Forced to Shut Down by Cyberattacks

A ransomware attack that shut down the East Coast’s main fuel distribution infrastructure, Colonial Pipeline, on Saturday showed how vulnerable infrastructure is to the cyber-attacks. The company said: “On May 7, the Colonial Pipeline Company learned it was the victim of a cybersecurity attack, “We have since determined that thisRead More
FBI And Other US Agencies Uncover Activities By Russian Intelligence Hackers
April 28, 2021

FBI And Other US Agencies Uncover Activities By Russian Intelligence Hackers

The U.S. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the FBI, and the Cyber security and Infrastructure Security Agency have released a joint advisory on Monday. It is seeking to expose Russian Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) tactics, techniques, and procedures. SVR is accused of carrying out attacks targeting the U.S andRead More
Hackers Exploit 0-Day Gatekeeper Flaw to Attack macOS Computers
April 28, 2021

Hackers Exploit 0-Day Gatekeeper Flaw to Attack macOS Computers

Apple released an update to its macOS operating systems to address an actively exploited zero-day vulnerability that could undermine its security protections. This will allow unapproved software to run on its computers. Identified as CVE-2021-30657, the macOS flaw was found and reported to Apple by security engineer Cedric Owens on MarchRead More
Apple’s M1 Chip Gives Mac Some iPhone Shine
April 28, 2021

Apple’s M1 Chip Gives Mac Some iPhone Shine

On Wednesday, the tech giant Apple will report its second-quarter earnings and will likely discuss many hot topics currently going on such as the privacy battle with Facebook and the upcoming court case with Fortnite maker Epic. Music streaming service Spotify and Bluetooth tracking device maker Tile are also being addressedRead More
Apple AirDrop Bug Could Leak Your Personal Info to Anyone Nearby
April 27, 2021

Apple AirDrop Bug Could Leak Your Personal Info to Anyone Nearby

A new research has found a vulnerability in Apple Airdrop system that could leak your personal information like contact details and email-addresses and many more. The leaking of users’ contact information has resulted from a research report that found vulnerabilities in Apple’s wireless file sharing protocol. According to a teamRead More
The Pentagon Reportedly Gave a Small Company Control of its IP Addresses
April 26, 2021

The Pentagon Reportedly Gave a Small Company Control of its IP Addresses

As an apparent effort to find security vulnerabilities Pentagon has gave 175 millions IP address to a small company to prevent any unauthorized activity.   As a part of what a Pentagon spokesperson told us was a “pilot program,” Global Resource Systems was assigned the IP addresse after January 20thRead More
Signal Slams Cellebrite Security Company Over Alleged Security Holes
April 24, 2021

Signal Slams Cellebrite Security Company Over Alleged Security Holes

Signal claims to have discovered flaws in a Cellebrite (a cyber-security company’s) software , since the two companies have been at odds with each other. Cellebrite claimed to have hacked Signal’s secure messaging system last year which is a claim that the firm has vigorously disputed.  Moxie Marlinspike said inRead More
Telegram Becoming The Operational Hub For Hackers
April 23, 2021

Telegram Becoming The Operational Hub For Hackers

Cybercriminals are increasingly abusing Telegram as a tool for carrying out malicious campaigns that allow them to gain access to your data without any authentication.  Telegrams became increasingly popular when news about WhatsApp selling its user’s data broke out. The messaging app reached 500 million downloads earlier this year.  Read More
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