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1.2 Billion Chinese Records Uploaded By Anonymous Individual
1.2 Billion Chinese Records Uploaded By Anonymous Individual
An anonymous threat actor is compiling data specifically targeting Chinese citizens. Currently, the personal data of over 1.2 billion Chinese citizens is being stored in an online German database, called a COMB (a compilation of m...
Tyler Cross by Tyler Cross Published on May 15, 2024
UK Conservative Party Email Leak Undermines Security Message
UK Conservative Party Email Leak Undermines Security Message
The United Kingdom’s Conservative Party, known as the Tories, reported itself to the UK information watchdog on May 13 for inadvertently spilling the email addresses of 344 Tory members and journalists. The revelation came on the...
Todd Faulk by Todd Faulk Published on May 15, 2024
Hacker Claims Massive Data Breach of Dell Customer Records
Hacker Claims Massive Data Breach of Dell Customer Records
A hacker known as Menelik claims to have stolen 49 million records of customer purchases over the last seven years from Dell Technologies, one of the largest technology companies in the US. Menelik is evidently offering the databa...
Todd Faulk by Todd Faulk Published on May 14, 2024
Apple Patches iTunes Vulnerability in Windows
Apple Patches iTunes Vulnerability in Windows
Apple has confirmed a critical security vulnerability in the iTunes application for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users. According to an Apple Support document published on May 8, this flaw could have allowed malicious attackers to ex...
Penka Hristovska by Penka Hristovska Published on May 13, 2024
Iress Reports Data Breach on Third-Party Platform
Iress Reports Data Breach on Third-Party Platform
Australian-based technology company Iress identified and blocked unauthorized access to its space on GitHub, the financial software firm reported on Monday. GitHub is a third-party platform that manages its pre-production software...
Penka Hristovska by Penka Hristovska Published on May 13, 2024
Paris Olympics Preparing for Cyber Attacks
Paris Olympics Preparing for Cyber Attacks
Paris 2024, the group organizing the 26 July–11 August 2024 Summer Olympic Games in Paris, is working with government and private sector cybersecurity entities to thwart potential cyber attacks that may disrupt the world’s preemin...
Todd Faulk by Todd Faulk Published on May 13, 2024
NSA Officials Address Cyber Threats to Critical Infrastructure at RSAC 2024
NSA Officials Address Cyber Threats to Critical Infrastructure at RSAC 2024
At RSA Conference 2024, David Luber, director of cybersecurity at the National Security Agency (NSA), discussed current trends in the cyber threat landscape with his predecessor, Rob Joyce. The session, titled “State of the Hack 2...
Paige Henley by Paige Henley Published on May 13, 2024
2 US Health Providers Reveal Data Breaches
2 US Health Providers Reveal Data Breaches
Healthcare providers MedHealth and DocGo have both suffered cybersecurity incidents in which bad actors gained unauthorized access to customers’ data. MedHealth said the breach occurred after an outsider accessed emails and files...
Penka Hristovska by Penka Hristovska Published on May 11, 2024
Microsoft Links Executive Compensation to Security Performance
Microsoft Links Executive Compensation to Security Performance
Microsoft will hold senior leadership directly responsible for cybersecurity as part of a broader initiative to enhance security across its products and services. The bold move is part of the company’s comprehensive strategy to ta...
Penka Hristovska by Penka Hristovska Published on May 11, 2024
ExpressVPN Claims Limited Risk from TunnelVision Vulnerability
ExpressVPN Claims Limited Risk from TunnelVision Vulnerability
ExpressVPN says most of its users are safe from the recently exposed TunnelVision vulnerability, provided that they don’t turn off their kill switch features in the VPN app. The TunnelVIsion vulnerability was unveiled in a recent...
Penka Hristovska by Penka Hristovska Published on May 11, 2024