Cybercrime has significantly increased every year, which is directly proportional to the growth of technology. Factors attributed to this increase could be summed up due to the perpetrators’ persistent behaviour through new tactics like using Covid19 as theme and sophisticated applications. Cybercriminals are being backed up by governments and the victim’s open vulnerability. Different sectors...Continue Reading
Every day, companies faced security challenges in maintaining their data secured from cyber-attacks. A data breach results from successful cyber-attacks that permit cyber criminals to access a company’s sensitive data. The exploitation of the data can happen anytime to any organization. However, cyber-attack is not the only cause of why data breaches are happening worldwide....Continue Reading
New player ransomware – DeroHe has recently added to their victim an established computer utility developer on their list. Their recent victim is the IOBit company that started in 2004, developing various applications that focus on computer optimization and virus/malware protection. According to the report, the attack was orchestrated to the group forum of IOBit...Continue Reading
Hackney Council in the United Kingdom allegedly has their sensitive private data stolen and published online three months after the reported serious ransomware attack that they encountered last October 2020 which have affected their IT systems and network. The publishing of the stolen data has been claimed by a cyber-crime group known as Pysa/Mespinoza. They had...Continue Reading
Github, an open-source software repositories platform, hosts many software development projects and files, making it the go-to website in terms of documentation and download channel for developers worldwide. These past few years, threat actors and cybercriminals abused and leveraged these accessible repositories to successfully distribute and host some Malware and malicious script components. In...Continue Reading
A few days passed; the cyber community again experienced another worldwide Distributed-Denial-of-Service (DDoS) that hits one of the tech giant service providers. With billions of users, Google has been struck by such attacks that led to most of its services – Gmail, Calendar, and Youtube have been inaccessible for a few hours. Based on the...Continue Reading
The ongoing pandemic has just added to the existing mutual competition between nations, especially those listed in the first world country category. In the world’s current situation, every prominent government has been running to immediately develop the Covid-19 vaccine to solve this issue. The perception that the first to produce will surely put them on...Continue Reading
A renowned Russian hacking group known as Fancy Bear is identified as the primary faction responsible for several United States Democrat parties’ most recent attacks. They are looking to repeat the similar assaults that happened a few years ago, during the election year involving the Clinton campaign of 2016. The group was also known as...Continue Reading
The True social media mobile app that prides itself on protecting user privacy had a security lapse that left their servers exposed to the public. The spilled private data were left for anyone on the internet to read. The social media mobile app was launched in 2017 by Hello Mobile, a small virtual cell carrier...Continue Reading
A recent update to TV top box software has been released by Comcast to its 18 million devices used at home for digital TV subscribers in the United States region. Affected devices are specifically the XR11 entertainment platform. This has been immediately patched after cybersecurity ethical hackers able to scrutinized and hacked its communication platform....Continue Reading
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