A massive automated hacking campaign has hit and compromised almost 2000 online stores recently that is targeted towards Magento websites aiming to steal credit card information. To the banks that issue debit and credit cards, your customers who love to online shop in the middle of the pandemic is in deeper trouble than ever...Continue Reading
Why working from home is not a perfect idea, especially for organizations that handle sensitive data. Home networks versus corporate networks are different in many ways. We will present an ideal scenario to substantiate our confirmation. An estimated 7.5 million dollars was transferred to a new international account from The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington...Continue Reading
A new malicious email campaign has been discovered to deliver multiple types of malware. One of these malware include a financial trojan designed to steal banking information and other credentials based on the latest cybersecurity research. The email campaign, which can be traced to have started in January this year, remains active. The campaign also...Continue Reading
A more hideous and stealthily scheme has been unraveled by cybersecurity experts involving the Magecart blackhat group activity. Known to be adept with stealing financial information through compromised e-businesses companies, Magecart is now using messaging apps such as Telegram Messenger to deliver stolen credit card information to their devices and then will be sold to...Continue Reading
A recent malware analysis report release for public knowledge in the cybercommunity was about exposing an APT group that plays as ‘hacker for hire’ for an unnamed company. Though rarely we heard the news about this type of activity, evidence shows that their target was an international designing company that works for a prominent real...Continue Reading
The notorious Maze Ransomware group, which consists of Lock bit, Maze, and Ragnar Locker, is growing as two more gangs joined, namely Conti and SunCrypt group. Last June, the Maze malware operators publicly announced their plan to create a Ransomware Cartel, which includes other cybercrime groups to team up and share hacking exploit resources as...Continue Reading
It is the best time to update your browsers to the latest available version because Cybersecurity Researchers had just disclosed a zero-day vulnerability that would enable hackers and cyber-attacks to completely bypass Content Security Policy (CSP) rules. Known as CVE-2020-6519 vulnerability, the flaw that affects Google Chrome version 84.0.4147.89 and lower would allow a remote...Continue Reading
A recent malware analysis report has been submitted by the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) about the newly unraveled variant of an attack perpetrated by government-backed hackers from North Korea. According to their findings, the new species of malware was named ‘Blindingcan,’ in which it has believed to be more lethal and sophisticated...Continue Reading
The latest phishing campaign trend today uses an evasive phishing technique that leverages on homoglyph or homograph domain and infected favicon modified to inject concealed electronic skimmer codes to capture credit card information of their targeted website and their visitors. The idea behind the scam is to copy or make the domain...Continue Reading
The notorious ransomware group that attacked various hospitals in Spain and a well-known Logistics and Transporation company few months back are currently targeting universities and colleges situated around America. The Netwalker Ransomware operators extort and threaten to publicly release the private data that they managed to acquire unless their monetary demands are met. Since they...Continue Reading
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