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open Third-party data breach affecting Canadian government could involve data from 1999 5
By tmTM
open MOVEit victim count latest: 2.6K+ orgs hit, 77M+ people's data stolen 13
open Former infosec COO pleads guilty to attacking hospitals to drum up business 13
open Rhysida ransomware gang: We attacked the British Library 29
By Rol
open Your password hygiene remains atrocious, says NordPass 57
By Roland6
open LockBit redraws negotiation tactics after affiliates fail to squeeze victims 32
open SonicWall swallows Solutions Granted amid cybersecurity demand surge 1
By sedregj
open Samsung UK discloses year-long breach, leaked customer data 4
open Look out, Scattered Spider. FBI pumps 'significant' resources into snaring data-theft crew 4
open How much to clean up a ransomware infection? For Rackspace, about $11M 7
open Windows Server 2022 update gave ESXi host VMs the blue screen blues 17
open BlackCat plays with malvertising traps to lure corporate victims 1
open Royal Mail’s recovery from ransomware attack will cost business at least $12M 6
open Hundreds of websites cloned to run ads for Chinese football gambling outfits 1
open Clorox CISO flushes self after multimillion-dollar cyberattack 23
open Google Workspace weaknesses allow plaintext password theft 2
open FBI Director: FISA Section 702 warrant requirement a 'de facto ban' 56
open Ransomware more efficient than ever, and baddies are still after your logs 3
By claimed
open Another month, another bunch of fixes for Microsoft security bugs exploited in the wild 17
open Russian national pleads guilty to building now-dismantled IPStorm proxy botnet 1
open AMD SEV OMG: Trusted execution in VMs undone by bad hypervisors' cache meddling 7
By Rattus
open Intel emits patch to squash chip bug that lets any guest VM crash host servers 1
open Ransomware royale: US confirms Royal, BlackSuit are linked 1
open Novel backdoor persists even after critical Confluence vulnerability is patched 1
open Bug hunters on your marks: TETRA radio encryption algorithms to enter public domain 10
By PB90210
open NCSC says cyber-readiness of UK’s critical infrastructure isn’t up to scratch 16
open Beijing reportedly asked Hikvision to identify fasting students in Muslim-majority province 27
By okay a
open Passive SSH server private key compromise is real ... for some vulnerable gear 12
open Google sues scammers peddling fake malware-riddled Bard chatbot download 13
open Inside Denmark’s hell week as critical infrastructure orgs faced cyberattacks 38
By druck
open Introducing the tech that keeps the lights on 21
open Royal Mail cybersecurity still a bit of a mess, infosec bods claim 8
By MrGreen
open Australia declares 'nationally significant cyber incident' after port attack 3
open Impatient LockBit says it's leaked 50GB of stolen Boeing files after ransom fails to land 29
open Poloniex crypto-exchange offers 5% cut to thieves if they return that $120M they nicked 18
By Dimmer
open Strangely enough, no one wants to buy a ransomware group that has cops' attention 5
open China's top bank ICBC hit by ransomware, derailing global trades 7
open Downfall fallout: Intel knew AVX chips were insecure and did nothing, lawsuit claims 29
open SolarWinds says SEC sucks: Watchdog 'lacks competence' to regulate cybersecurity 17
open Russia's Sandworm – not just missile strikes – to blame for Ukrainian power blackouts 38
open What to do with a cloud intrusion toolkit in 2023? Slap a chat assistant on it, duh 3
By Plest
open Microsoft, Meta detail plans to fight election disinformation in 2024 10
By 43300
open Atlassian cranks up the threat meter to max for Confluence authorization flaw 10
open Monero Project admits thieves stole 6-figure sum from a wallet in mystery breach 14
By druck
open Bad eIDAS: Europe ready to intercept, spy on your encrypted HTTPS connections 121
By Rangjut
open Microsoft likens MFA to 1960s seatbelts, buckles admins in yet keeps eject button 29
open Fresh find shines new light on North Korea’s latest macOS malware 4
By t245t
open Woman jailed after assassin turned out to be – surprise – FBI 111
By MyffyW
open US slaps sanctions on accused fave go-to money launderer of Russia's rich 9
open Okta October breach affected 134 orgs, biz admits 6