April 3, 2021

On April 3, a user has leaked the phone numbers and personal data of 533 million Facebook users in a hacking forum for free online. Bad news for Facebook, a user in a hacking forum has published the phone numbers and personal data of 533 million Facebook users. The availability of the data was first […]

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More clients of Capital One have been impacted in the 2019 data breach, the US bank is notifying them of their SSNs exposure. US bank Capital One notified a number of additional customers that their Social Security numbers were exposed in the data breach that took place in July 2019. A hacker that was going […]

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The popular video game publisher Activision is warning gamers that threat actors are actively disguising a remote-access trojan (RAT) in Duty Cheat cheat tool. Activision, the company behind Call of Duty: Warzone and Guitar Hero series, is warning gamers that a threat actor is advertising cheat tools that deliver remote-access trojan (RAT). The company reported that […]

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The popular code repository hosting service GitHub is investigating a crypto-mining campaign abusing its infrastructure. Code repository hosting service GitHub launched an investigation in a series of attacks aimed at abusing its infrastructure to illicitly mine cryptocurrency. Such kind of attacks was reported at least since the end of 2020, when some software developers reported the malicious activity […]

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The Avaddon ransomware operators updated their malware after security researchers released a public decryptor in February 2021. The Avaddon ransomware family first appeared in the threat landscape in February 2020, and its authors started offering it with a Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) model in June, 2020. In August 2020, cybersecurity intelligence firm Kela was the first to report that […]

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