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Vulnerabilities Healthcare Institutions Cyberthreats Nucleus:13 Medical Siemens

Researchers found Vulnerabilities within Healthcare Institutions that expose them to Cyberthreats

Healthcare institutions have millions of connected devices exposed to critical vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities allow threat actors to disrupt medical tools and patient monitors, including the Internet of Things (IoT) devices that have control over systems and equipment inside health facilities like ventilation systems.  The communications protocol TCP/IP stacks are also utilised in other industries besides the...
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Initial Access Broker Zebra2104 IAB Ransomware Threat Groups Dark Web APT

Researchers discovered Zebra2104 IAB to be providing entry points to Ransomware Threat Groups

An Initial Access Broker (IAB) dubbed the “Zebra2104” was discovered by the security researchers linked to three threat groups involved in phishing scams and ransomware activities. Zebra2104 is found to be providing entry points to ransomware threat groups such as Phobos, StrongPity APT, and MountLocker. The entry points were also provided to several compromised organisations in Turkey and Australia.  Turkish healthcare firms and other smaller companies have been targeted by the StrongPity APT,...
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Customers Hacked GoDaddy Data Breach Web Hosting WordPress CMS Domain Registrar

1.2 Million Customers Hacked by the recent GoDaddy data breach

WordPress is among the most renowned content management systems (CMS) globally, with an estimate of more than 64 million clients and 400 million daily visitors. Meanwhile, recent reports reveal that GoDaddy, the CMS’s top web hosting tool among clients, has compromised about 1.2 million WordPress client information to a data breach.  As described by GoDaddy’s chief information security officer (CISO) in...
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FBI DDoS Attack HelloKitty Ransomware Network Disruption Traffic Cyberattack Denial of Service

FBI warns private firms about DDoS attack being added to HelloKitty Ransomware’s arsenal of tactics 

A flash alert was sent by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to warn private industries about the HelloKitty ransomware gang, also known as FiveHands, adding DDoS attack to their collection of extortion strategies. The warning also stressed that the threat actors would take down the website of their victims if they did not pay the ransom...
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ColdFusion Cring Ransomware Attack VPN Unpatched Servers Vulnerability

Experts warn companies that the Cring Ransomware group is targeting outdated servers and VPNs

Following its emergence this year, the Cring ransomware threat group remained active in the cybercrime landscape by attacking old ColdFusion servers and VPNs. As per security experts, a unique quality of their ransomware attack involves their specialisation in using old vulnerabilities for their exploit activities.   Furthermore, analysts said that Cring ransomware’s exploitation of old VPN and server vulnerabilities must be a wake-up call...
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HTTPS Tech Retail Cyber Threats Ransomware Encrypted Attacks Cybercrime

HTTPS, tech, and retail firms are prone to cyber threats, according to new reports

New reports were published by security analysts recently, stressing the upsurge of cyber threats this year, including cyberattacks against HTTPS, tech, and retailer firms.  According to the report, threats against HTTPS have grown to over 314%, while threats against tech companies have dramatically surged to 2,300%. Retail companies, on the other hand, grew to 800% of exposure to cyber...
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DNS Attacks Cyber threat domain name system DNSSEC Vulnerabilities

Survey reveals that DNS cyberattacks pose major threats to organisations

Cybersecurity leaders have conducted a study that shows the alarming hike of domain name system (DNS) attacks against organisations for 2021. The survey result revealed that within the past 12 months, 72% of participants had experienced a DNS cyberattack.   61% of victimised organisations have suffered from multiple attacks, while 11% are attacked regularly. In terms of cyberattack recovery, one-third of the respondents said...
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Data Leak Subscriber Data Thingiverse open forum incident breach notification

Digital Design Sharing Website Leaks Over 200,000 Subscriber Data

According to a researcher, a website dedicated to sharing an original created digital design called Thingiverse has leaked 36-gigabyte backup files containing 200,000 email addresses and other personal information. The data dump is currently being circulated on a known hacking forum.  The Thingiverse purpose is to give free, open-source hardware designs that can be licensed under the Creative Commons licenses or General Public...
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cyberattack after sales Acer India Tech company Taiwan hardware data breach

“Isolated Attack” on the after-sales service system in India, confirmed by Acer

Recently, data breached in the after-sales service system in India was confirmed by the Taiwan-tech company Acer.  An Acer Corporate spokesperson stated that they immediately initiated their security protocols and conducted a full scan of their system after the confirmed detection of the breaching. They also added that they are notifying all potentially affected individuals in the Indian-based Acer company. ...
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DeepBlueMagin Ransomware Chinese Hackers Malware Detection Israel China

Alleged Chinese Hackers attack hospitals in Israel

Israel’s National Cyber Directorate and Ministry of Health announced the increasing ransomware attack they are receiving lately. Just this past weekend, ten hospitals and health institutions all over Israel has experienced a cyberthreat in their systems. Fortunately, the two government sectors revealed that the threat attempts did not damage medical organizations. All cyberthreats were defended well thanks to...
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