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Cisco Duo recently announced the theft of SMS MFA logs for its service, which resulted from a breach affecting a third-party telephony provider. This incident, occurring on April 1, 2024, led to unauthorized access to sensitive customer data, including phone numbers, carriers, and metadata.

Husain Parvez Published on 18th April 2024

Roku has confirmed that a credential-stuffing attack has compromised approximately 576,000 user accounts. This attack follows a similar incident that occurred last month, which affected over 15,000 accounts. The latest round of malicious activity was detected due to Roku’s close monitoring of

Keira Waddell Published on 17th April 2024

Proofpoint researchers have unveiled a sophisticated phishing campaign orchestrated by the notorious hacking group TA547, which uses a malicious PowerShell script that seems to be AI-written. The campaign, which specifically targeted German organizations, attempted to deliver Rhadamanthys malware,

Husain Parvez Published on 14th April 2024

Greylock McKinnon Associates, Inc. (GMA), a Boston consulting firm, experienced a data breach that exposed the Medicare information of 341,650 individuals. Originally detected on May 30, 2023, the breach resulted from a sophisticated cyberattack targeting sensitive data. Notifications regarding

Hendrik Human Published on 13th April 2024

Change Healthcare, an affiliate of UnitedHealth Group, is once again grappling with a ransomware threat. This development follows a recent incident where UnitedHealth Group allegedly shelled out $22 million to the Alphv/BlackCat gang to resolve a previous ransomware attack, as detailed in an

Husain Parvez Published on 11th April 2024

Over 14 million internet browser cookies linked to UK consumers have been leaked onto the dark web. A recent study from NordVPN revealed the leak. This disclosure is part of a larger global issue, with more than 54 billion cookies found leaked worldwide, impacting users in 244

Keira Waddell Published on 9th April 2024

On the 1st of February 2024, the popular survey platform, SurveyLama, suffered a data breach, compromising 4.4 million users’ information. The information implicated in the breach includes users’ email addresses, names, passwords, and more. The creator of Have I Been Pwned, Troy Hunt, was

Hendrik Human Published on 7th April 2024

The Indian government's cloud service, S3WaaS, has exposed the sensitive personal information of its citizens for years. As reported by TechCrunch, security researcher Sourajeet Majumder discovered the issue, revealing that Aadhaar numbers, COVID-19 vaccination data, and passport details were among

Husain Parvez Published on 6th April 2024