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October 5, 2021
Pandora Papers Data Leak offshore bank account data the world’s most powerful

Recent revelations about Pandora Papers: Leak exposing offshore bank account data of the world’s most powerful

The Pandora Papers involve a series of investigations regarding the recent leak of the illegal dealings of corrupted, wealthy, and influential individuals and their offshore bank accounts to conceal their unprecedented collection of money amounting to more than trillions of dollars.  Partnering with 600 journalists from over 100 media firms worldwide, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) holds the investigation. The group has already acquired about 11.9 million worth of confidential documents from different financial...
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300k Subdomains exploited Phishing-as-a-Service Scam phishing attack

300,000 Subdomains gets exploited by a newly discovered Phishing-as-a-Service Scam

Microsoft reported a newly found Phishing-as-a-Service operation last Tuesday, which has used a high-volume 300,000 distinct and newly created subdomains that are operated in a single run. According to the tech giant, they discovered the campaign amid their research about phishing attacks triggered by the phishing-as-a-service operation named BulletProofLink. The procedure is reported to be offering low-cost domain hosting,...
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5 Million files Colombia Real Estate customers exposed data breach compromised data aws

5.5 Million files of Colombian Real Estate customers got exposed in Data Breach

Researchers have found a data breach consisting of about 5.5 million exposed files, totalling over 1TB of data. The leaked information has affected more than 100,000 Colombian real estate customers.  According to the statements reported by the researchers, the leaked information was not encrypted. Therefore it does not require any password or login credentials to be able for anyone...
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Spam campaign attacks new techniques South American organizations

Spam campaign attacks revise its techniques against South American organizations

Researchers have found that a spam campaign has revised its methods to add an extensive commodity remote access trojans or RATs and geolocation filtering to evade being detected by authorities. The said spam campaign focuses on distributing spear-phishing emails towards South American organizations.  According to security researchers, the attacks were attributed to an advanced persistent threat or...
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