The carding store victimized mainly U.S. citizens and is responsible for $20 million in fraudulent purchases.
‘Cardplanet’ Operator Sentenced to 9 Years for Selling Stolen Credit Cards
The creator of the Satori/Okiru, Masuta and Tsunami/Fbot botnets has been sentenced to prison for compromising hundreds of thousands of devices.
Satori Botnet Creator Sentenced to 13 Months in Prison
App will stop reading users’ device cut-and-paste data after a new banner alert in an Apple update uncovered the activity.
TikTok To Stop Clipboard Snooping After Apple Privacy Feature Exposes Behavior
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Lawmakers proposed a new bill that would ban the use of facial recognition by law enforcement nationwide.
Nationwide Facial Recognition Ban Proposed By Lawmakers
A first-stage malware loader spotted in active campaigns has added additional exploits and a new backdoor capability.
Golang Worm Widens Scope to Windows, Adds Payload Capacity
Several high-severity flaws in Nvidia’s GPU display drivers for Windows users could lead to code-execution, DoS and more.
Nvidia Warns Windows Gamers of Serious Graphics Driver Bugs
Threat actors shift focus from COVID-19 to employee coronavirus training and current events like Black Lives Matter as cyber-attacks continue to rise.
Office 365 Users Targeted By ‘Coronavirus Employee Training’ Phish
The CryCryptor malware strain is a brand-new family of threats, leveraging COVID-19 to spread.
Emerging Ransomware Targets Photos, Videos on Android Devices
Ongoing spear-phishing attacks aim at stolen Windows credentials for ICS suppliers worldwide.
Steganography Anchors Pinpoint Attacks on Industrial Targets
Attackers managed to compromise NTT Communication’s Active Directory server and a construction information management server.
NTT Communications Data Breach Affects Customers, Threatens Supply Chain
The Russian spy group, a.k.a. BlackEnergy, is actively compromising Exim mail servers via a critical security vulnerability.
NSA Warns of Sandworm Backdoor Attacks on Mail Servers
Google TAG report reveals that “hack for hire” firms are tapping into the coronavirus pandemic via WHO phishing lures.
‘Hack-For-Hire’ Firms Spoof WHO To Target Google Credentials
Watchdog group said company has violated the Illinois BIPA and ‘will end privacy as we know it’ without intervention.
ACLU Sues Clearview AI Over Faceprint Collection, Sale
The DDoS group sets itself apart by using exploits — but it doesn’t always pan out.
Inside the Hoaxcalls Botnet: Both Success and Failure
Attackers compromised six Cisco VIRL-PE servers that are affected by critical SaltStack vulnerabilities.
Hackers Compromise Cisco Servers Via SaltStack Flaws
The lawsuit, filed against Google by Arizona’s Attorney General, alleges that the tech giant uses “deceptive and unfair conduct” to obtain users’ location data.
Google Location Tracking Lambasted in Arizona Lawsuit
Microsoft has warned on a new breed of patient ransomware attacks that lurk in networks for weeks before striking.
PonyFinal Ransomware Targets Enterprise Servers Then Bides Its Time
Phishing campaigns targeting enterprises in U.S. and Germany have been used to nab enterprise mailing info, passwords and certificates.
Valak Loader Revamped to Rob Microsoft Exchange Servers
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