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AlphaBay was one of the largest dark web marketplaces – In 2017, its admin Alexandre Cazes committed suicide in a Thai prison. The Fresno Division of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of California has finally concluded a 14-month long civil forfeiture case and allowed seizure of property and assets of a Canadian national Alexandre Cazes […]
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Rapidly evolving malware is posing an ever-greater threat to the IoT - and business users of the Internet.
A year after WannaCry, the law enforcement agency warns that targeted ransomware attacks may become the new normal.
Xbash is an “all in one” malware. Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 researchers have come to the conclusion that the notorious Xbash malware that has been attacking Linux and Windows servers is being operated by the Iron Group which is an infamous hacker collective previously involved in a number of cyber crimes involving the use […]
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Multiple iframe busters have been removed, but many are still likely being used on top sites.
Modern apps and the cloud mean that organizations must now rethink older security practices.
By Uzair Amir
The ransomware attack disrupted the screens for two days. In a nasty ransomware attack, flight information screens at the United Kingdom’s Bristol airport were taken over and hijacked by malicious hackers on September 15th Friday morning. The ransomware attack forced the airport staff to go manual by using whiteboards and hand-written information to assist passengers regarding their […]
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Nearly 50% of hackers say they compromised Windows systems more than any other within the past year.
The majority of organizations are struggling to implement a risk-based approach to security - even though risk reduction has become the primary metric for measuring the effectiveness of enterprise security strategies. Read the report and get more details today!
Government Payment Service Inc. — a company used by thousands of U.S. state and local governments to accept online payments for everything from traffic citations and licensing fees to bail payments and court-ordered fines — has leaked more than 14 million customer records dating back at least six years, including names, addresses, phone numbers and the last four digits of the payer's credit card.