North Korean Hackers target UN Security Members

New UN Security Council report reveals repeated targeting of UN Security Council officials over the past year By Catalin Cimpanu 

MFA-Minded Attackers Continue to Figure Out Workarounds

While MFA can improve overall security posture, it's not a "silver bullet" -- and hacks continue. By: Robert Lemos As online...

Tor Zero Days And Malicious Exit Nodes

Multiple zero-day vulnerabilities in Tor have been disclosed online as well as a malicious exit node operator stealing bitcoin and other nefarious activities.

Major Twitter Hack – Hackers Run Bitcoin Scam Using Celebrity and Verified Accounts

By Kyle Fedorek 2020 has been one heck of a year. From COVID-19 to real world issues and the presidential debate. It seems just...

WastedLocker Ransomware Using Hacked Websites to Spread via Fake Software Updates

Dozens of US news sites hacked in WastedLocker ransomware attacks By Sergiu Gatlan Image: C Drying

Hacking Group CryptoCore Has Stolen Over 200 Million From Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Researchers from the Israeli company ClearSky  talked about the hacker group CryptoCore , active since 2018 and specializing in hacking cryptocurrency exchanges. According to experts, the...

Google Analytics Used By Cybercriminals to Steal Credit Card Data

Attackers inject malicious code that collects payment data onto a hacked site. Cybercriminals use Google Analytics to steal credit card...

Amazon Stops Largest DDoS Ever Recorded By Their Systems

Amazon says it mitigated the largest DDoS attack ever recorded By @JonPorty  Jun 18, 2020, 7:31am EDT An attack with a previously...

Misconfigured Kubernetes Target Of XMRig Mining Campaign

XMRig Campaign Target Misconfigured Kubernetes to Mine Cryptocurrency Kubernetes clusters, due to their cloud computing capabilities and widespread use, are the perfect target...

Bad Bots – How To Fight Them and What Are They

Author: Asim Rahal Bad internet bot traffic rose by 18.1% in 2019, and it now accounts for nearly one-quarter of all internet traffic