27 Sep 2022

Ukraine Predicts “Massive” Russian Cyber Assault

Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense’s Main Directorate of Intelligence has predicted an increase in attacks originating from Russia against Ukraine’s critical infrastructure, such as the energy industry. This prediction was made on the basis that as it gets colder and winter approaches, Russia will target the energy sector to impact civilians

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26 Sep 2022

Details of Over 300,000 Russian Reservists Leaked, Anonymous Claims

Hacktivist group Anonymous claims to have leaked the personal data of roughly 300,000 individuals mobilized by the Russian government to fight against Ukraine. The group posted a message to Twitter last week alleging that it was able to hack into the website of the Russian Ministry of Defense and leak

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23 Sep 2022

Optus Hit By Cyber-Attack, Breach Affects Nearly 10 Million Customers

Singapore Telecommunications Optus announced yesterday that it was investigating unauthorized access of customer data. The Australian unit of the telecoms firm allegedly suffered from a cyberattack that was halted before customer payment details and account passwords were stolen. However, roughly 9.7 million subscribers could have had other personally identifiable information

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20 Sep 2022

Revolut Breach May Have Hit 50,000+ Customers

Fintech giant Revolut has reportedly suffered from a serious data breach that may impact 50,000 customers. According to the company, the attack was highly targeted and the attacker was only able to access 0.16% of customers’ data. In addition, the attacker was not able to conduct the attack for an

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20 Sep 2022

American Airlines Breach Exposes Customer and Staff Information

American Airlines has released a statement confirming that it suffered from a data breach that affected employee inboxes in July. The data breach occurred over the last several days and begun with a phishing attack that led to the unauthorized access. American Airlines stated that the threat actor was able

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19 Sep 2022

Notepad++ Plugins Allow Attackers to Infiltrate Systems, Achieve Persistence

Security firm Cybereason have suggested that threat actors could exploit Notepad++ plugins to get around security mechanisms and achieve persistence on the victim’s machine. Security researcher by the name RastaMouse was able to provide a demonstration showing how a malicious plugin could be used as a persistence mechanism. Cybereason released

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14 Sep 2022

Hackers Steal Steam Credentials With ‘Browser-in-the-Browser’ Technique

Cybersecurity researchers at Group-IB have warned that hackers are targeting the video game platform Steam to target users with a new phishing technique named broswer-in-browser (BitB). Group-IB released new data earlier this week describing the attack, which uses a fake browser window in the same tab rather than traditional techniques

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12 Sep 2022

The second-biggest school district in the US was hit with ransomware

Los Angeles Unified, the second-largest US school district, allegedly suffered from a ransomware attack that occurred over the weekend. The school district announced the attack on Tuesday as it resumed operations as normal. The attack caused significant disruption to the school district’s IT infrastructure. LA Unified also confirmed that employee

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07 Sep 2022

FBI K-12 Ransomware Warning as LAUSD is Hit

The FBI has warned that there may be a possible surge in ransomware attacks targeting US schools as they resume classes following the summer break. Over the holiday weekend, the FBI reported that the country’s second largest school district, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) was compromised by threat

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06 Sep 2022

EvilProxy Phishing Toolkit Spotted on Dark Web Forums

EvilProxy, a new phishing-as-a-service has been identified for sale on dark web forums. The phishing tool is also known as Moloch. Security researchers at Resecurity were the first to identify the malicious tool for sale online. EvilProxy threat actors are reportedly using reverse proxy and cookie injection methods to effectively

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