Security

Nintendo Consoles

Nintendo’s Login System Could Be What Caused the Recent Takeover Attacks

A security researcher may have an explanation about the recent Nintendo Switch account takeover wave. The man has figured that the ‘OK’ button on the login page lights up when the first...
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“Home Chef” Admits Data Breach That Compromised 8 Million Users

“Home Chef” has confirmed the validity of the “Shiny Hunters” sale, and admitted a breach. The meal-kit company hasn’t given many details about what has happened and when. Users are advised...
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Phishing Attacks B-Gone (What Is Phishing and How to Protect Yourself From It)

Pretty much everyone has heard of phishing attacks by now. It's hard not to since you see "phishing" plastered everywhere online. But how many of you actually take it seriously? A recent study showed that...
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The Entire Electorate of Indonesia May Have Been Exposed

A hacker has published the data of 2.3 million Indonesians and threatens to release another 200 million records. The Indonesian Election Commission is currently investigating but has already confirmed that the samples...
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ZLoader Is Back to Supporting Over One Hundred Malicious Campaigns

The ZLoader is “re-loading” through a new wave of phishing campaigns that mainly target U.S.-based systems. The lures have to do with invoicing matters, or just exploit the COVID-19 theming to trick...
italian hospital

Milan Hospital Fell Victim to an Embarrassing Data-Stealing Cyber Attack

The “San Raffaele” hospital in Milan has had various types of data stolen by hackers who broke in its systems. The data was unencrypted, but the hospital’s management says there’s nothing sensitive...
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Beware of Fake Zoom Installers Dropping the “Devil Shadow” Botnet

Tampered Zoom installers are dropping botnet on the victim’s machine, which runs in the background. The malware can steal user data, take screenshots, and send everything on the C&C in 30-second intervals....
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The “Ragnar Locker” Ransomware Is Now Wrapped In Virtual Machines

The “Ragnar Locker” is using a new way to hide from anti-virus tools and user detection. The group is hiding the ransomware executable inside a virtual machine on a stripped-down Windows XP...
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40 Million “Wishbone” User Records Are Now for Sale on the Dark Web

A data-broker is selling 40 million user data records belonging to the Wishbone app platform. This is the second time the app was hacked in the last three years, and they didn’t...
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The “Winnti” Group Is Now Actively Targeting the Gaming Industry

The Winnti Group is deploying yet another custom modular backdoor to hit gaming companies. The Chinese hackers are going after makers of MMORPG titles based in South Korea and Taiwan. The...