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iPhone bug makes it easy for someone to break your Wi-Fi -- here's the fix and how to prevent it

Be careful of random hotspots with weird names!
ZDnet 20 Jun 2021 46 Views

Clop Raid: A Big Win in the War on Ransomware?

Cops arrest six, seize cars and cash in splashy raid, and experts are applauding.
Threatpost 18 Jun 2021 92 Views

Geek Squad Vishing Attack Bypasses Email Security to Hit 25K Mailboxes

An email campaign asking victims to call a bogus number to suspend supposedly fraudulent subscriptions got right past Microsoft's native email controls.
Threatpost 18 Jun 2021 89 Views

Macquarie Uni researchers find an oversharing of personal data in health apps

88% of the free health-related apps on Google Play probed by researchers could access and potentially share personal data.
ZDnet 17 Jun 2021 198 Views

Ransomware Poll: 80% of Victims Don’t Pay Up

Meanwhile, in a separate survey, 80 percent of organizations that paid the ransom said they were hit by a second attack.
Threatpost 17 Jun 2021 107 Views

Millions of Connected Cameras Open to Eavesdropping

A supply-chain component lays open camera feeds to remote attackers thanks to a critical security vulnerability.
Threatpost 16 Jun 2021 123 Views

G7 nations call out Russia for harbouring ransomware crims ahead of Biden-Putin powwow

Hopes raised in West of an extradition or law enforcement agreement to stem the tide The G7 summit of western countries has called upon Russia to "identify, disrupt, and hold to account those within its borders who conduct ransomware attacks, abuse virtual currency to launder ransoms...
The Register 15 Jun 2021 3547 Views

Microsoft Teams: Very Bad Tabs Could Have Led to BEC

Attackers could have used the bug to get read/write privileges for a victim user’s email, Teams chats, OneDrive, Sharepoint and loads of other services.
Threatpost 15 Jun 2021 134 Views

Volkswagen, Audi Disclose Data Breach Impacting Over 3.3 Million Customers, Interested Buyers

Packet Storm 14 Jun 2021 5235 Views

Update Your Windows Computers to Patch 6 New In-the-Wild Zero-Day Bugs

Microsoft on Tuesday released another round of security updates for Windows operating system and other supported software, squashing 50 vulnerabilities, including six zero-days that are said to be under active attack. The flaws were identified and resolved in Microsoft Windows, .NET Core...
The Hacker News 10 Jun 2021 6452 Views