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Texas-based care provider HMG Healthcare recently disclosed a major security breach where hackers accessed and stole unencrypted patient data. Although the company is still investigating the exact nature of the stolen data, it confirmed that it involved sensitive information regarding both patients

Hendrik Human Published on 19th January 2024

Framework, a US-based company renowned for its repairable laptops, has suffered a data breach after an employee at its accounting service provider, Keating Consulting, fell victim to a phishing attack. The breach, confirmed by Framework, led to unauthorized access to customer data, including full

Husain Parvez Published on 18th January 2024

In a series of coordinated cyberattacks, state-backed hackers have been exploiting critical zero-day vulnerabilities in Ivanti Connect Secure, a widely used VPN appliance. The vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2023-46805 and CVE-2024-21887, have put numerous organizations at

Keira Waddell Published on 16th January 2024

Researchers have uncovered critical vulnerabilities in the POST SMTP Mailer WordPress plugin, which potentially puts over 150,000 websites at risk of takeover by malicious actors. The vulnerabilities were first reported by cybersecurity researchers Ulyses Saicha and Sean Murphy as part of

Zane Kennedy Published on 14th January 2024

In a recent and startling development, loanDepot, a leading US lender, has confirmed that it fell victim to a ransomware attack, leading to substantial data encryption and operational disruptions. This disclosure comes amidst a growing series of cyberattacks targeting the financial sectors. On

Zane Kennedy Published on 12th January 2024

In a significant development, Chinese state-backed experts claim to have cracked the encryption of Apple's AirDrop feature. This breakthrough, as reported by Bloomberg, enables the identification of phone numbers and email addresses of users, potentially allowing the Chinese government to monitor

Husain Parvez Published on 11th January 2024

The MyEstatePoint Property Search app (developed by NJ Technologies) has exposed the sensitive information of nearly half a million users. The popular Android real estate app left user data, including names, passwords, email addresses, and phone numbers, unprotected on a public-facing MongoDB

Keira Waddell Published on 9th January 2024

HealthEC LLC, a leading provider of population health management services, has announced a substantial data breach. The incident, which occurred between July 14 and July 23, 2023, exposed the personal and medical information of an estimated 4.5 million individuals. Further deepening the impact, the

Zane Kennedy Published on 7th January 2024

In response to the implementation of new age verification laws in Montana and North Carolina, adult entertainment giant Pornhub has decided to block users in these two states from accessing the platform. The move is part of an ongoing battle against state-level regulations that require online adult

Keira Waddell Published on 5th January 2024