Supriyo Chatterji

Supriyo is Technadu's security writer with a keen interest in all things online, secure and private. He holds a Bachelor's degree in English and is gunning for digital marketing and web dev learning next. Aside from work, he lives MMA, movies and video games.
35 articles

Banking Trojan Targets 100 Organizations in Brazil

A banking trojan from Latin America was found targeting almost 100 Brazilian organizations and individuals.The malware was first noticed in late August...

The Number of Phishing Emails Impersonating Craigslist Is Growing

Craigslist Gsuite & Microsoft users are being targeted with phishing emails that present a fake user login page.These emails rely on brand...

Best Buy, Home Depot, and Lowes Drop Surveillance Companies Linked With Uyghur Oppression

Best Buy, Home Depot, and Lowes have decided to pull off the shelves all the security cameras from Lorex and Ezviz.The US...

Free Download Manager Takes Down YouTube Feature After Google Complaint

The famous Free Download Manager software has removed its YouTube functionality.This happened after a complaint from Google, which has been cracking down...

400,000 Fullerton Health Client Details Were Stolen and Sold Online

Fullerton Health’s server vendor Agape had their servers breached and data stolen.Hackers stole the personal data of some 400,000 people, including data...

Russian Actor Nobelium Now Targets IT Resellers and Other Technology Service Providers

The Russian nation-state-backed actor Nobelium is again targeting large IT businesses, this time focusing on resellers and other technology service providers.The Microsoft...

BlackMatter Decryptor Nullified by Actors’ Fix After Ransomware Note Leaked on Twitter

A ransomware note from the BlackMatter group tied to its last major attack in September 2021 leaked on Twitter.As a result, the...

Internet in Sudan Disrupted During Suspected Military Coup

Sudan is facing a mobile and fixed lines internet shutdown amid a possible military coup.Emerging news footage showed armed forces surrounding the...

GPSD Bugs Set to Roll Back Clocks to 2002 on Sunday

A GPSD bug will make apps roll back to 2002 on Sunday, 24th November 2021.The bug comes from a mistaken code put...
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