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Rapid7 disclosed that unauthorized third-party had access to source code and customer data as result of Codecov supply chain attack. Cyber security vendor Rapid7 reveals it was impacted by the Codecov software supply chain attack, attackers had access to data for part of its customers and a small subset of its source code repositories for […]

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A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs free for you in your email box. Cloud hosting provider Swiss Cloud suffered a ransomware attack Hacking a Tesla Model X with a DJI Mavic 2 drone equipped with a WIFI dongle WeSteal, a shameless commodity cryptocurrency […]

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CyberNews researchers found more than 29,000 unprotected databases worldwide that are still publicly accessible, leaving close to 19,000 terabytes of data exposed to anyone, including threat actors. Most organizations use databases to store sensitive information. This includes passwords, usernames, document scans, health records, bank account and credit card details, as well as other essential data, […]

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Which are the most common causes of a Data Breach and how to prevent It? How can organizations prevent it? Data breaches are highly damaging and equally embarrassing for businesses andconsumers. If you look at Verizon’s 2020 Data Breach Investigations Report, you canfind some of the most common causes of data breaches. However, you will also […]

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Experian API exposed credit scores of tens of millions of Americans due to a weakness with a partner website. Anyone was able to look up the credit score of tens of millions of Americans just by providing their name and mailing address. The issue was reported to KrebsOnSecurity by the independent security researcher Bill Demirkapi, […]

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The City of Toronto says it suffered a “potential cyber breach” from a hack of data in its Accellion FTA file transfer server in January that may have involved the health information of individuals.

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Settlement will cost BMO up to $21 million and CIBC $1.7 million in class action lawsuit In addition they paid millions to cover money stolen from accounts and other compensation

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Data Breach: WizCase team uncovered a massive data leak containing private information about Turkish Citizens through a misconfigured Amazon S3 bucket. The server contained 55,000 court papers regarding over 15,000 legal cases, which affected hundreds of thousands of people. What’s Going On? Our online security team has uncovered a massive data breach originating from a misconfigured […]

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Daycare camera product NurseryCam was hacked last week, the company was forced to shut down its IoT camera service. On Friday, The Register become aware of the compromise of the NurseryCam network. NurseryCam is produced by the companies FootfallCam Ltd and Meta Technologies Ltd. In response to the incident, the company shut down its IoT […]

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Sequoia Capital, one of the most prominent venture capital firms, told its investors that an unauthorized third party had access to their information. Sequoia Capital, one of the most prominent venture capital firms that focus on the technology industry, discloses a data breach. The company informed its investors that an unauthorized third party had access to their […]

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Russian internet and search company Yandex discloses a data breach, a system administrator was selling access to thousands of user mailboxes. Russian search engine and internet provider Yandex discloses a data breach, the company revealed that one of its system administrators was caught selling access to 4,887 user email accounts. The security incident was discovered […]

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Antivirus firm Emsisoft discloses a data breach, a third-party had access to a publicly exposed database containing technical logs. The anti-malware solutions provider Emsisoft disclosed last week a data breach. The company revealed that a third-party had accessed a publicly exposed database containing technical logs. The root cause of the incident was a misconfiguration of […]

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Affected by a Data Breach? Here Are Security Steps You Should Take We share personal information with companies for multiple reasons: to pay for takeout at our favorite restaurant, to check into a hotel, or to collect rewards at the local coffee shop.  While using a credit card is convenient, it actually gives away more […]

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Mensa – the social club for people with high IQs – is accused of not being so smart about security, an Indian TV journalist gets an unbelievable job offer from Harvard, and we take a look at what’s being going on with GameStop short selling.

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ShinyHunters Exposes Over 125 Million Online Credentials   Meet ShinyHunters, a hacker who recently leaked 10 new databases this past month from companies including: • Pixlr.com • Bonobos.com • Wognai.com • Tesspring.com • Tunedglobal.com • Buyucoin.com • Wappalyzer.com • Chqbook.com • Rooter.io • MeetMindful.com But this isn’t the first time they’ve made headlines. It all started […]

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Cybercriminals tend to keep with the times, as they often leverage current events as a way to harvest user data or spread malicious content. McAfee COVID-19 Threat Report July 2020 points to a rather significant surge in attacks exploiting the current pandemic with COVID-19 themed malicious apps, phishing campaigns, malware, and ransomware. However, what many users don’t realize is that ransomware attacks are a […]

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