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Latest News: Cybersecurity

A 22-year-old British national has been arrested in Spain for allegedly hacking into dozens of US companies, according to a joint operation by Spanish authorities and the FBI. The suspect, who remains unnamed by authorities, was detained at Palma de Mallorca airport while attempting to board a

Husain Parvez Published on 20th June 2024

Pathology services provider Synnovis was targeted in a cyberattack on June 3, leading to widespread disruption across London hospitals. The ransomware attack, attributed to the Russian gang Qilin, has had a severe impact on medical services, forcing the cancellation of over 800 planned operations

Keira Waddell Published on 18th June 2024

A new phishing toolkit created by security researcher mr.d0x enables cybercriminals to exploit Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to steal login credentials, posing a significant threat to internet users. According to a report from BleepingComputer, the toolkit allows for the creation of PWAs that

Husain Parvez Published on 16th June 2024

The vpnMentor research team is reporting about a recent incident involving the popular Stable Diffusion user interface, ComfyUI, that has sent shockwaves through the AI community, exposing the potential dangers lurking behind seemingly innocuous tools. While ComfyUI itself remains secure, a

vpnMentor Research Team Published on 9th June 2024

Researchers have discovered that malware can exploit Microsoft's new Windows Recall feature to steal sensitive user data. Windows Recall, which is part of Microsoft's new Copilot+ PCs, captures regular screenshots to help users retrieve previously seen content through natural language queries.

Husain Parvez Published on 7th June 2024

A consumer-grade spyware app, pcTattletale, has been discovered to be running on check-in systems at three Wyndham hotels in the United States, according to a TechCrunch report. The spyware captures screenshots of the hotel booking systems, exposing guest names, reservation details, and partial

Husain Parvez Published on 25th May 2024

A critical vulnerability dubbed "Linguistic Lumberjack" has been discovered in Fluent Bit, a widely used logging and metrics tool. This vulnerability could potentially jeopardize major cloud platforms, including Amazon AWS, Google GCP, and Microsoft Azure. According to security researchers at

Husain Parvez Published on 24th May 2024

In a coordinated effort, the FBI, along with international law enforcement agencies, has successfully seized BreachForums, a notorious cybercrime forum known for facilitating the sale and trade of stolen data. BreachForums has been a significant hub for cybercriminals to sell stolen personal

Husain Parvez Published on 20th May 2024

In a startling discovery, scammers have been found exploiting Indian government websites by planting ads that redirect users to online betting platforms. According to a report by TechCrunch, approximately forty-eight domains ending with “gov.in” have been compromised across various Indian states,

Husain Parvez Published on 16th May 2024

An international coalition of law enforcement agencies has turned the tables on the notorious LockBit ransomware gang by reviving and repurposing its seized dark web site. Originally taken down in an operation earlier this year, the site is now being used to tease and announce upcoming revelations

Husain Parvez Published on 7th May 2024
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