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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    I think this year everyone is going to get a turn.

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    And now LinkedIn...
    Data scraped from 500 million LinkedIn users found for sale online

    https://www.techrepublic.com/article/data-scraped-from-500-million-linkedin-users-found-for-sale-online/

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    Pwn2Own 2021: Microsoft Exchange Server, macOS, Windows 10 and Teams Hacked

    Winners of the first day have earned more than half a million already.
    Pwn2Own 2021: Microsoft Exchange Server, macOS, Windows 10 and Teams Hacked

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    Probably by design....


    Joker malware infects over 500,000 Huawei Android devices

    More than 500,000 Huawei users have downloaded from the company’s official Android store applications infected with Joker malware that subscribes to premium mobile services.

    Researchers found ten seemingly harmless apps in AppGallery that contained code for connecting to malicious command and control server to receive configurations and additional components.

    A report from antivirus maker Doctor Web notes that the malicious apps retained their advertised functionality but downloaded components that subscribed users to premium mobile services.

    To keep users in the dark the infected apps requested access to notifications, which allowed them to intercept confirmation codes delivered over SMS by the subscription service.

    According to the researchers, the malware could subscribe a user to a maximum of five services, although the threat actor could modify this limitation at any time.

    The list of malicious applications included virtual keyboards, a camera app, a launcher, an online messenger, a sticker collection, coloring programs, and a game.

    Joker malware infects over 500,000 Huawei Android devices

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    Malicious code in APKPure app

    Recently, we’ve found malicious code in version 3.17.18 of the official client of the APKPure app store. The app is not on Google Play, but it is itself a quite a popular app store around the world. Most likely, its infection is a repeat of the CamScanner incident, when the developer implemented a new adware SDK from an unverified source.
    We notified the developers about the infection on April 8. APKPure confirmed the issue and promptly fixed it with the release of version 3.17.19.

    Malicious code in APKPure app | Securelist

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    Another "dating service“ hack. If you are still in the closet, this could be a problem.

    "Men's social networking website and online dating application Manhunt has suffered a data breach.


    According to a security notice, the 20-year-old site was compromised in a cyber-attack that took place in February 2021.


    An unauthorized third party downloaded personal information belonging to some Manhunt users after gaining access to the company's account credential database.

    The compromised database contained customers' usernames, email addresses, and passwords. After discovering that a breach had occurred, Manhunt performed a forced reset of all users' passwords.

    Manhunt began notifying users of the security incident last month. The company did not say how many of the approximately 6 million men who use the site had been impacted by the attack."


    Dating Service Suffers Data Breach - Infosecurity Magazine

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    ^Have you warned snubby and antsy about it yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deeks View Post
    ^Have you warned snubby and antsy about it yet?
    I was hoping someone else would!

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    Careful where you click...

    In perhaps one of the biggest phishing incidents targeting some of the world’s largest news organizations, hackers have created fake replica websites of news portals of 900 global news portals, including at least 57 from India including websites of The Hindu, NDTV, Hindustan Times, and News18 among many others and are using them to distribute malware and scam advertisements.

    Other affected news portals include those belonging to Jagran, Moneycontrol, DNA, Punjab Kesari, Jan Satta, First Post and Business Standard. Global news portals that were targeted include portals of BBC, Washington Times, and The Australian among several others.
    https://ciso.economictimes.indiatime...aders/82324228

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    if you are really interested in computer and online security

    you should read this and stop installing appliances on your edge - build only exactly what is needed

    This Is How They Tell Me the World Ends: The Cyberweapons Arms Race by Nicole Perlroth

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/...SE4UQzz&rank=1


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    Not a lot of explanation there Baldrick. Has Zero Trust gone out of the window now then?

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    ZTNA is useless if you are trusting vendor appliances

    Build your appliances yourself with an OS and applications that you can trust . It seems the zero days seem to be mainly available for vendor devices.

    Not withstanding your users opening doc files

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    Appears that a Chinese company is behind a "a major coordinated scheme by Amazon vendors to procure fake reviews for their products."

    Misconfigured Database Exposes 200K Fake Amazon Reviewers - Infosecurity Magazine

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    Chinky bastards at it again.

    Chinese threat groups continue to deploy new malware strains on the compromised network of dozens of US and EU organizations after exploiting vulnerable Pulse Secure VPN appliances.
    As FireEye threat analysts revealed last month, state-sponsored threat actors were exploiting a recently patched zero-day in the Pulse Connect Secure gateways.
    After compromising the targeted devices, they deployed malware to maintain long-term access to networks, collect credentials, and steal proprietary data.
    "We now assess that espionage activity by UNC2630 and UNC2717 supports key Chinese government priorities," FireEye said in a follow-up report published on Thursday.
    "Many compromised organizations operate in verticals and industries aligned with Beijing's strategic objectives outlined in China's recent 14th Five Year Plan."
    Chinese cyberspies are targeting US, EU orgs with new malware

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    Might be a good time to buy shares in Tyson Foods...

    JBS Foods, a leading food company and the largest meat producer globally, had to shut down production at multiple sites worldwide following a cyberattack.
    The incident impacted multiple JBS production facilities worldwide over the weekend, including those from the United States, Australia, and Canada.
    JBS is currently the world's largest beef and poultry producer and the second-largest global pork producer, with operations in the United States, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and more.
    The company has a team of 245,000 employees around the world, serving an extensive portfolio of brands including Swift, Pilgrim's Pride, Seara, Moy Park, Friboi, Primo, and Just Bare to customers from 190 countries on six continents.
    Food giant JBS Foods shuts down production after cyberattack

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Might be a good time to buy shares in Tyson Foods...

    Food giant JBS Foods shuts down production after cyberattack
    June 1st: "Happy cow day."

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    Seems the US is starting to take Ransomware seriously now:

    US to Treat Ransomware Like Terrorism: US to Treat Ransomware Like Terrorism - Infosecurity Magazine

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    Ah, I remember those from years ago. As a teen, I'd fill the whole thing out. Bad choices.

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    Looks like we aren't going to see an end to price increases and supply shortages any time soon.

    Cyberattacks on Transportation and Logistics System Witness a Surge

    https://cyware.com/news/cyberattacks...surge-10d94d2b

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