September 5, 2021

A new criminal hacking group has appeared, claiming to have stolen data from firms in a number of countries including Canada and the U.S. CoomingProject alleges its Canadian victims are a horse-breeding association and a women’s fashionware business. The U.S. site appears to be a work in progress for reading Japanese Manga graphic comics. IT […]

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Pacific City Bank was hit by AVOS Locker Ransomware operators, the gang claims to have stolen sensitive file from the company and threatens to leak it. Pacific City Bank is an American community bank that focuses on the Korean-American community based in California and offers commercial banking services The bank was hit by AVOS Locker […]

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The Irish Data Protection Commission has fined WhatsApp €225 million over data sharing transparency for European Union users’ data with Facebook. The Irish Data Protection Commission has fined WhatsApp €225 million for the lack of transparency on how it shares European Union users’ data with Facebook companies. The instant messaging company violated the actual General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). […]

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A massive DDoS hit New Zealand ‘s third-largest internet operator isolating parts of the country from the Internet. A massive DDoS hit Vocus ISP, New Zealand ‘s third-largest internet operator, isolating parts of the country from the Internet. Vocus provides retail, wholesale and corporate telecommunications services across Australia and New Zealand. Vocus offers data network services […]

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