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Researchers with Sophos Security recently reported a network breach that was not focused on deploying ransomware or stealing information. Instead, the bad actors behind it were using their illegal access to steal... Read more
In late November, a new push to scam people using Instagram was made. A lot of users reported receiving a message that invited them to "tap here to reset your Instagram password". The message is very likely a phishing... Read more
It's no secret that your Facebook profile and post history is probably the biggest and most easily available information dump relating to any person. Obviously, there are a lot of reasons why you might want to limit... Read more
Recently, there has been a surge in scams organized around abusing the Cash App platform. A number of people reported contacting or being contacted by fake support agents, ultimately having money stolen from their... Read more
A group of bad actors stored around 350,000 illegally obtained Spotify account passwords on a server without encryption or any sort of protection. The data was not procured in a breach of Spotify's user databases but... Read more
UK consumer protection organization Which? recently revealed that smart doorbells sold in big-name online retailers can contain major vulnerabilities. Together with NCC Group, another UK entity, Which? discovered that... Read more
A data breach that could have exposed the e-mail and password combos of thousands of users, located in New Zealand, was reported by security researchers in late November 2020. The affected entity is Nitro PDF - an... Read more
It seems bad actors have figured out a new way to exploit a legitimate platform to pressure ransomware victims into complying with their demands. Security researchers discovered that Facebook ads were used to pressure... Read more
Companies and businesses have been the primary targets of bad actors for years now. The overwhelming majority of cyber attacks are carried out against industries, corporations or medium-size businesses. No small part... Read more
One of the biggest online shopping events is just a couple of days away. With Black Friday just around the corner, cyber criminals are gearing up for a busy weekend as well, with a multitude of scams ready to be... Read more
Just like every past year, the info security community completed its end-of-year evaluation of password practices and user habits. Sadly, the overview for 2020 is not particularly encouraging. There is a large amount... Read more
Researchers with Morphisec have discovered a new strain of malware. The new threat is a Trojan named Jupyter and primarily targets businesses and educational institutions. Jupyter attempts to steal login credentials... Read more
Stock imagery website 123RF dot com suffered a cyber attack in mid-November 2020. According to reports, around 8.3 million user records were stolen by bad actors and have now been put up for sale. 123RF is one of the... Read more