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Bluetooth encryption bug called BlurTooth

An Independent researcher has recently submitted their concluded report about the vulnerability they have unraveled for the current version of the Bluetooth version. The noted version of the application was in ranges of 4.0 to 5.0, in which most modern smart devices have come in the package. The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) – the...
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Ripple20 Malware highlights IoT Industry challenges

With the growing statistics and people being reliant on technology and devices connected through the internet, a new dreaded threat has been released for awareness of the public. Consist of 19 zero-day attack vulnerabilities for low-level TCP/IP software library that has been used to millions of devices manufactured, the report was collaboratively named ‘Ripple20’. Exploiting...
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Maze hacked memory chips company SK Hynix

The infamous maze hacker has done it again, gaining another popularity for victimizing SK Hynix from South Korea. The victim company was known to be the third-largest semiconductor company profiting from manufacturing RAM and flash memory that is distributed around the globe. A prominent company that they do business is Apple and other PC manufacturers....
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QakBot Financial Malware and it’s new tricks

A newly submitted malware analysis report has been concluded that the QakBot is still quacking with more virulent features placing it again on the watchlist of many cybersecurity experts. According to the report, a new variant of QakBot has been released, terrorizing prominent government and producing sectors, mainly in the United States, Europe, and other...
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Iranian APT group Charming Kitten impersonates journalists

After few months working under the radar, cybersecurity experts again have unraveled the repurposed modus of the Iranian APT group dubbed as Charming Kitten. Their main targets are usually to perform cyber espionage to victims from the United States, Israel, and other countries who typically are prominent people from being an activist, entrepreneurs, government, and...
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Fileless P2P Fritzfrog Botnet

A new variant of Botnet has been unraveled by Cybersecurity experts that have been ongoing since January of this year. According to statistical reports, the current intrusion rate already summed up to 13000 successful attacks on devices and more than 500 servers from its adversaries. The malware was named ‘Fritzfrog’ by the experts, which is...
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Breached in the SANS Institute

Recent news spread within the Cybersecurity community is about the data breach suffered by the SANS Institute. Being known for providing certification and training about network security, this only proves that everyone is susceptible to such malicious activity. According to SANS Institute, they have shared this incident for the community to be able to mitigate...
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European Union imposed first-ever sanction against hacker organizations

The first-ever sanction against Cybercriminals that are targeting European Citizens was imposed by the Council of the European Union. There were six individuals and three entities that were involved in various Cyber-attacks, such as WannaCry, NotPetya, and Operation Cloud Hopper. The six individuals involved include Chinese Citizens and Russian Nationals. Technology companies from Russia and...
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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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Twitter Hack: Fallout investigators on trail of cyber criminals

One of the prominent social media has not been excluded from the list of attacks of malicious actors. With the news spread in the cybercommunity, Twitter has been jeopardized for high profiled personalities as perpetrators were able to gain access to it. In the report, politicians, celebrities, and businessman accounts have been compromised, leading to...
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