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Amazon Employee Responsible For User Data Breach

Recently, one or more Amazon employees disclosed customer email addresses to an unknown third party, prompting Amazon to send a notification email out to impacted customers which reads as follows: "We are ...

This Week in Breach November 4th 2020

This Week in Breach News: Phishing nets cybercriminals more than $2 million from the Republican Party, Google employee information is exposed in a third-party breach, healthcare targets get walloped again, data breach fines pack a punch, and should you just ...

Some Popular Android Apps Found To Include Malware

Google does an admirable job of keeping its sprawling Play Store free of apps containing malware. Their verification system is world-class. That said, no system is perfect, and that includes Google's. In ...

This New Ransomware Can Infect A Network In Just Minutes

Not all ransomware strains are created equally. Some are designed as slow burns that will infect a target system, expanding its reach for days, or even weeks before striking and locking your ...

Photoshop Testing Security For Images To Prevent Theft And Fakes

Deep Fakes are becoming an increasingly large problem. If you're not familiar with the term, a Deep Fake is an advanced photo or video technique in which an existing person in a ...

Mac And Android Added To GravityRAT Malware’s Targets

Malware comes in all shapes and sizes. Some strains copy and encrypt files. Others serve annoying ads. Still others work quietly in the background, mining this or that cryptocurrency using your computer's ...

WordPress Loginizer Plugin Was Automatically Updated Due To Vulnerability

WordPress tends to take a light-handed approach when it comes to managing the legions of plugins that are compatible with the most popular blogging platform on the planet. This time, however, they're ...

Coordinated Effort Underway To Take Down Trickbot Malware

Score one for the good guys. A team led by Microsoft's DCU (Digital Crimes Unit) that includes Symantec, NTT Ltd, ESET, and Lumen's Black Lotus Labs is working on something new. They ...

This Week in Breach October 28th 2020

This Week in Breach News: Pharmaceutical companies have a tough week with hacking as manufacturing is disrupted at COVID-19 drug makers and huge patient databases are exposed, and why selling access for profit is on the rise. The Week in ...

Adobe Patches A Number of Critical Vulnerabilities In Latest Update

If you make frequent use of Adobe products, then you'll definitely want to give priority to applying the latest security update offered by the company. It's an out of band patch that ...

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