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  1. Scotland environmental regulator hit by ‘ongoing’ ransomware attack

    The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) confirmed on Thursday that some of its contact center, internal systems, processes and internal communications were affected following a ransomware attack that took place on Christmas Eve. "SEPA confirms ongoing ransomware attack likely to be by...
  2. Joker's Stash, the internet's largest carding forum, is shutting down

    Joker's Stash, the internet's largest marketplace for buying & selling stolen card data, announced today that it was shutting down within a month, on February 15, 2021. The news was announced earlier today by the site's administrator via messages posted on various underground cybercrime forums...
  3. DuckDuckGo surpasses 100 million daily search queries for the first time

    Privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo reached a major milestone in its 12-year-old history this week when it recorded on Monday its first-ever day with more than 100 million user search queries. The achievement comes after a period of sustained growth the company has been seeing for the past...
  4. Iconic BugTraq security mailing list shuts down after 27 years

    BugTraq launched in November 1993 and it was one of the first mailing lists dedicated to disclosing vulnerabilities. BugTraq, one of the cybersecurity industry's first mailing lists dedicated to publicly disclosing security flaws, announced today it was shutting down at the end of the month, on...
  5. NSA advises companies to avoid third party DNS resolvers

    The US National Security Agency (NSA) says that companies should avoid using third party DNS resolvers to block threat actors' DNS traffic eavesdropping and manipulation attempts and to block access to internal network information. NSA's recommendation was made in a new advisory on the benefits...
  6. 70TB of Parler users’ messages, videos, and posts leaked by security researchers

    Parler, a social network used to plan the storming of the U.S. Capitol last week, has been hit by a massive data scrape. Security researchers collected swaths of user data before the network went dark Monday morning after Amazon, Google, and Apple booted the platform. The scrape includes user...
  7. NSA Publishes Cybersecurity Year in Review Report

    The United States National Security Agency (NSA) has released its 2020 Cybersecurity Year in Review report, which summarizes the NSA Cybersecurity Directorate's first full year of operation. The Cybersecurity Directorate was formally announced in July 2019, with a focus on protecting national...
  8. United Nations data breach exposed over 100k UNEP staff records

    Today, researchers have responsibly disclosed a security vulnerability by exploiting which they could access over 100,000 private employee records of United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP). The data breach stemmed from exposed Git directories and credentials, which allowed the...
  9. Missing Laptops Raise Cyber Risks From U.S. Capitol Mayhem

    Federal authorities are assessing the cybersecurity risks created by rioters roaming freely through congressional offices during Wednesday’s rampage at the U.S. Capitol, including missing laptops and computers that were left unsecured. While there is no indication that hacking into computer...
  10. The US DoJ revealed that threat actors behind the SolarWinds attack have gained access to roughly 3% of the department’s O365 mailboxes.

    The US Department of Justice (DoJ) published a press release to confirm that the threat actors behind the SolarWinds supply chain attack were able to access thousands of mailboxes of its employees. “On Dec. 24, 2020, the Department of Justice’s Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)...
  11. WhatsApp will share your data with Facebook and its companies

    WhatsApp is notifying users that starting February 8, 2021, they will be obliged to share their data with Facebook, leaving them no choice. This is bad news for WhatsApp users and their privacy, the company is notifying them that starting February 8, 2021, they will be requested to share their...
  12. Singapore police had used COVID-19 contact tracing data in murder probe

    The Singapore government has defended its decision to allow the police to access the country's COVID-19 contact tracing data when necessary, in order to safeguard public safety and interest. It reveals that data collected via the TraceTogether platform already has been tapped at least once to...
  13. The company that processes payments for Amazon and Swiggy has reported a data leak of over 100 million debit and credit cardholders

    Information of over 100 million debit and credit card users has been leaked online from payments processor Juspay. The leak includes the user’s names, contact information and information related to their debit and credit cards. Juspay processes payments for companies like Amazon, Swiggy...
  14. Australian researchers identify Facebook mobile data can be used for COVID-19 tracing

    A group of Australian researchers have uncovered that Facebook mobility data could be used to estimate the spread of COVID-19 transmission risk from identified hotspots. The researchers from the University of Melbourne, University of Adelaide, Monash University, University of New South Wales...
  15. Ticketmaster fined $10 million for breaking into rival’s systems

    Ticketmaster, a Live Nation subsidiary and a leading ticket distribution and sales company, was fined $10 million for illegally accessing the systems of competitor CrowdSurge using the credentials of one of its former employees. "Ticketmaster employees repeatedly – and illegally – accessed a...
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