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623,000 payment cards stolen from Swarmshop, an underground community of hackers

Breaking news in the underground cybercommunity is the latest hacking incident that the Swarmshop recently experienced from an unknown adversary. Swarmshop has been active in the underground since April 2019 and had suffered a known breach in January 2020. The latest is this March. Swarmshop is an underground community specialized in hacking card details that have been...
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LinkedIn hacked data leak 500 million user data

LinkedIn hacked again: 500 million user data at risk

According to multiple sources, about 500 million to 550 million amount on data was leaked from LinkedIn from a notorious low-level hacking forum to a private and exclusive only data trading forum. From the low-level hacking forum, the latest LinkedIn breach is popping up for sale like crazy. One user particularly caught my attention due...
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Facebook Hacked… Again? Maybe we are not that surprised

Hacked and leaked, ever since the Cambridge-Analytica issue erupted, we have seen never-ending posts in the different dark web and criminal forums about data peddled for a price about Facebook. The social media giant became a target for social engineer actors from other countries and various blackhat hacking skills. This 2020, iZOOlogic downloaded leaked Facebook...
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Android Malware app named System Update can take complete control of victim’s device

A powerful new Android malware disguised as a crucial critical system update has been discovered by cybersecurity researchers. The malware can take complete control of a victim’s mobile device, leading to stealing personal private and financial data.     This android malware was bundled with an app named “System Update” installed outside of Google Play Store,...
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android mobile phone qualcomm chipset zero day vulnerability flaw

Newly disclosed Android mobile zero-day vulnerability is under active exploitation

Another disclosure to a now patched zero-day vulnerability has been made by Google, affecting those Android devices that use Qualcomm chipsets, enabling adversaries to weaponise the device in launching targeted cyberattacks. Being tracked as CVE-2020-11261 with a CVSS score of 8.4, this vulnerability concerns the “improper input validation” issue on Qualcomm Graphic chip components that...
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Nine applications on Google Playstore are distributing malware dropper

Google Playstore is Google’s Official digital distribution service of Android applications. Initially, it was referred to as the Android Market and is one of the most trusted platforms used by millions of android users worldwide. Google Playstore offers various mobile applications with almost 2.9 million applications available for download and is continuously increasing with an...
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Excellent SEO score before deploying malware to victims

Hackers and threat actors are always innovative in terms of finding new ways to deploy malware payloads. Cybersecurity researchers have recently discovered a new scheme, and they have eyed search engine optimisation or SEO techniques as another method to deliver malware and malicious scripts. Webmasters have used SEO optimisation to increase a website’s reach and...
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CISA emergency warning microsoft exchange server flaw vulnerability

Emergency directive warning issued by CISA following Exchange Server flaw disclosure

An emergency directive warning has been issued by the Cyber Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on a current and active exploitable vulnerability. This is right after Microsoft released an out-of-band patch that will address multiple zero-day vulnerability flaws on-premises versions of the Microsoft Exchange Server.   This alert from CISA possibly stems from the...
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Google Alerts used on campaign to push fake Adobe Flash Player update

For better customization and personalization of accounts, Google launched the Google Alerts service feature to provide email or RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed to its users on the latest and hottest news about a specific keyword or topic of user’s interest that tops or adds on the Google search index. As an easy to use...
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hack MasterCard PIN bypass VisaCard cash card

New hack allow cyber-attackers to do MasterCard PIN bypass when using a Visa Card

A new type of hack to exploit cash cards has been disclosed by cybersecurity researchers that allow cybercriminals to trick and bypass POS terminals to enable a transaction to use a victim’s Mastercard contactless card functioning as a Visa card. A group of academic researchers delved into demonstrating a PIN bypass hack that permits threat...
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