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Animal Jam Data Breach

Gaining popularity since 2010, Animal Jam has recently reported a compromised exposure about its 45 million accounts that have been auctioned on the dark web. Its creator, WildWorks, confirmed the breach and already investigating the extent of the data loss.  Animal Jam has been developed targeting kids aged from 4 – 11 years old, offering...
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Hackers used Data Breach for blackmail of Vastaamo Healthcare firm

A previous hacking incident involving a Finnish healthcare firm, Vastaamo, just became the highlight of another, more sinister ransom campaign in which analysts consider the evilest concept to ever come out of the cybercrime drawing board. It comes as a shock, even for other hacking groups, evaluating how they used all aspects of their attack...
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Georgia County Voters’ Database hit by Ransomware just weeks before election

A most recent ransomware campaign that staggered a Local Georgia county government allegedly impaired a database to confirm voters’ signatures within the verification of absentee ballots. It is the primary detailed case of a ransomware assault influencing an election-related framework within the 2020 cycle. Government authorities and cybersecurity specialists are particularly concerned that ransomware assaults...
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New Ransomware Family Egregor attacked Ubisoft and Crytek

Recently, a new ransomware family group called Egregor has reportedly stolen data from Ubisoft and Crytek – two of the largest gaming companies worldwide. These two gaming companies are well known for popular games such as Assassin’s Creed, Far Cry, and Tom Clancy’s video game series. Gaming companies are also one of the main targets...
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LokiBot Malware information stealer increase of hostility

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency or CISA has recently issued a security advisory notice for US Federal Government organizations and private sectors about increasing LokiBot malware usage cases by threat actors that started in July 2020. EINSTEIN Intrusion Detection System, the in-house security platform CISA uses, has detected continuous malicious activities that can be traced...
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U.S. Department of Defense disclosure on vulnerabilities

A recent disclosure from the U.S. Department of Defense details has been announced to the public. This is about their infrastructure system’s critical and high severity vulnerabilities. The vulnerabilities can allow threat actors to exploit the systems by hijacking a subdomain, remote code execution, or view and capture data and files on a vulnerable machine...
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Iranian hacking group Pioneer Kitten sells company data on underground forums

Another speculated Iranian government-backed hacker was seen selling stolen corporate network information on an underground hacking forum. The group was named ‘Pioneer Kitten,’ also dubbed as Fox Kitten or Parisite, which is believed as a contracted hacker for Iran. The adversary is estimated to be working under the radar since 2017, exploiting known vulnerabilities on...
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Roper St. Francis Hospital Data Breach

The latest victim of another data breach in the health industry is Roper St. Francis Hospital (RSFH), South Carolina, US, here they had disclosed that up to 6,000 patients’ medical records and other private information were compromised. One of the most valuable data being sold in the black market and the dark web are medical...
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Tor Network relays under SSL Stripping Attack

A still unidentified hacker or group of hackers has and is always adding new relay servers to the Tor network as part of a cyber-attack campaign within the Dark Web that uses SSL Stripping that targets the users of the Tor browser and Tor relays. This kind of technology being used is known as a...
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Dussmann Group targeted by Nefilim Ransomware Group via RDP

It was revealed by a Private Security company that Germany’s The Dussmann Group subsidiary, Dresdner Kühlanlagenbau GmbH (DKA), was targeted by Nefilim Ransomware Group for data breach. The Dussmann Group from Berlin, Germany, is one of the largest private multi-service providers worldwide and has been existing for 50 years. The company consists of 5 Group:...
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