Approximately a whopping 25 GB of sensitive personal information was leaked on the net from a misconfigured AWS S3 bucket of Prestige Software. The company is based in Barcelona, Spain that caters to software-based solutions mostly for Cloud Hospitality. The company’s few well-known clients are Expedia, Amadeus, Booking.com, Hotels.com, Agoda, Omnibees, and other similar businesses...Continue Reading
With the ongoing battle with the Covid-19 pandemic, so is the exploitation of many health institutions being compromised by many adversaries. On the recently submitted report, which is based on the collaborative investigation performed by Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Department of Health and Human Services of the United...Continue Reading
A recent advisory from the United States Cybersecurity Agency reveals another alarming incident related to US election activities. It was known that a group of Iranian hackers infiltrated and accessed a large number of US voters’ registration information and attempted to access similar contents from other states. According to undisclosed sources, the attacks were coordinated,...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
Cybersecurity Researchers have uncovered a misconfigured Google Cloud Storage bucket that belongs to a Pharma giant, Pfizer. The newly discovered leak holds private medical data of hundreds of patients that take various Pfizer drugs such as Lyrica, Chantix, Viagra, and other cancer treatment drugs. Moreover, the exposed data also includes conversations from Pfizer’s Interactive Voice...Continue Reading
A Munich-based company, FinFisher, was raided by the German investigating authorities because of alleged illegal exporting of its software outside UE, including Turkey. FinFisher is the firm behind the commercial surveillance spyware dubbed as “FinSpy.” This software is a spying tool that was legitimately intended for Law enforcement investigation and intelligence agencies. Its well-known customers include...Continue Reading
A recent analysis report from an Indian cybersecurity expert exposed an over a year of surveillance by an unknown adversary targeting the Indian government – specifically its military service and notable defense organization. They named the report as – Operation SideCopy. According to the report, the adversary had used a different methodology to pursue its...Continue Reading
The infamous mobile exercise and fitness app Fitbit was just given a rather “malicious” upgrade. Call it an alarming discovery from a security researcher, who found out that hackers and other threat actors can spike the app with malware, powerful enough to phish out personal and other information from its user. Fitbit advertises their app...Continue Reading
On August 30, 2020, the Public Health Wales (PHW), a private health organization, has posted accidentally of more than 18,000 patients’ information on their website. The information has been available from 2 PM until the morning of 10 AM before it was taken down. According to the report, the information was viewed publicly by 56...Continue Reading
Series of distributed denial of service (DDoS) was experienced by Tutanota mid of this month. The attack was able to completely halt its use entirely and affects over 2 million of its users. Unknown cyber attackers not only attack the company itself but also spread its malicious activity to the DNS provider of the company,...Continue Reading
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