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U.S. Military Contractor for missiles hit by Ransomware

The United States Military, according to several sources, currently maintains a unique variation of long-range missiles on its arsenal. These are not just your standard long-range artillery that causes minor property damages, and we’re talking about ICBMs or Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles. These bad boys are designed for LTA or land-to-air deployment, intended to hit any...
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Fitness Depot hit by data breach after ISP fails to ‘activate the antivirus’

The coronavirus has forced the people of this planet to adjust forcibly and make way to a new normal—closing businesses and facilitating the downfall of employment rates all over the globe. People have adapted to specific quarantine protocols and indoor routines to prevent any further spread of the virus, or in a more straightforward perspective,...
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Ransomware attack cripples New Mexico County network operations

The local government of New Mexico County has reportedly spent millions of dollars trying to restore control over their computer networks after years of dealing with cyber-attacks, specifically ransomware. Security researchers who did the investigation stated that the series of attacks took place between January 2018 and around February 2020. The trigger, according to them,...
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Exclusive Chinese malware claims hundreds of thousands of victims

As a nation with the most significant human population, and possibly the largest concentration of internet users all over the world, the Chinese are frequent target of malware and hackers. Attacks happen daily , from hacking to data breaches, and of course, malware. One particular malware has claimed its place over the top, as China’s...
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Conduent, IT and BPO Provider crippled by ransomware

Conduent, a Fortune 500 company with a US$ 4 billion revenue last year, provides Human Resources and Payments Infrastructure for some, if not, the majority of the Fortune 100 companies and 500 government agencies all over the world. It is recognized as a tech giant, employing more than 70,000 employees worldwide. It is regarded as...
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Elexon, UK Energy Market middleman suffers cyber attack

Managing the payments processing and monitoring the supply of power coming from the United Kingdom’s power station operators to power companies is Elexon. Different power companies provide the electricity supply for consumers and businesses in the UK, and Elexon is there to make sure that all the lights are “ON” all the time. Elexon accurately...
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About Coronavirus – Pandemic lock trick mobile ransomware

Being cautious and updated with the latest news about the ongoing chaotic issue with COVID19 is a must for everyone. Knowing the current status for each country and reports of its spread and especially the statistics is the best defense for our protection. As the current mandate and part of the mitigation strategy of each...
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Texas City suffers ransomware attack – Court of Appeals’ network compromised

One of the primary networks servicing the US court of appeals in Dallas, Texas, and other branches of the US Judicial system was permanently disabled. The event is due to the city’s discovery of the ransomware attack last Friday. The court’s tech team has immediately disabled the network, shutting down all connecting websites and servers...
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Hackers from North Korea: Exposed by U.S. Government on malware and phishing activities

Multi Approach Attack? Cybercrime experts in the United States, such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and the Department of Defense (DoD) recently released their Malware Analysis Report. The report includes three newly discovered programs that were used by North Korea (NoKor) for their malicious scheming. The...
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Source code leak: CS: GO and Team Fortress 2 – Is it still safe to play?

Stealth Play Attack  A few weeks ago, a data leak rattled the online gaming community that targeted Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Team Fortress 2 online games. The source code of these games has been a hot topic on many social media portal that alarms many gamers not to play these online.   The exploitation was released...
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