FBI burrowing into North Korea’s big bad botnet – Naked Security

The US has infiltrated, mapped, and poked a stick into the spokes of Joanap: what it claims is a botnet of hijacked Microsoft Windows computers operated by botnet masters in...

Selling fake likes and follows is illegal, rules New York – Naked Security

Last week, a year after the New York Times reported that an obscure company called Devumi was making millions by selling fake likes, followers and retweets to celebrities, businesses or...

Several Popular Beauty Camera Apps Caught Stealing Users’ Photos

Just because an app is available on Google Play Store doesn't mean that it is a legitimate app. Despite so many efforts by Google, some fake and malicious apps do...

Hackers released around 845GB of username and password dump from old breaches

According to Kaspersky Lab, the database of users with billions of passwords, published at the end of January, was collected from well-known old leaks.On January 31, Wired reported that hackers...

Monday review – the hot 28 stories of the week

From the DNS outage that deleted users' Azure data to the Nest security cam hijacker, and everything in between. It's weekly roundup time. Source link

First Hacker Convicted of ‘SIM Swapping’ Attack Gets 10 Years in Prison

A 20-year-old college student who stole cryptocurrency worth more than $5 million by hijacking victims' phone numbers has pleaded guilty and accepted a sentence of 10 years in prison.Ortiz was...

Hackers Now Utilizing SS7 Attacks to Steal Money from Bank Accounts

on Sunday, February 03, 2019 | As indicated by yet another research cyber hackers have now shifted their attention towards taping the phone network by means of the misuse of the SS7 protocol in...

Ransomware, RDP Logins and Credit Card Details being sold on the Dark Web

on Saturday, February 02, 2019 | Offered at various rates on the dark web markets, there are various hacking tools which can be employed to assist and propel cybercrime, these tools are traded...

Sensitive data of Airbus employees stolen

European aeroplane maker Airbus has admitted that IDs and contacts of some of its Europe-based employees were compromised in a massive hack. The company is rushing to reinforce its security...

Houzz Urges Password Resets After Data Breach | Threatpost

The administrator of your personal data will be Threatpost, Inc., 500 Unicorn Park, Woburn, MA 01801. Detailed information on the processing of personal data can be found in the privacy...

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