NSO Spyware Targeted Bahraini, Jordanian Female Activists

A human rights organization, the Front Line Defenders (FLD) has reported that they discovered that the phones of Bahrain rights activists, Ebtisam al-Saegh and Jordanian lawyer Hala Ahed Deeb, were infected by Pegasus spyware developed by the Israeli NSO Group. …

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Microsoft Detects Malware in Ukrainian Systems After Cyberattack

Microsoft disclosed that they have discovered malware in the computer systems of Ukrainian government agencies, non-profits, and technology organizations after the recent massive cyberattack. “Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) has identified evidence of a destructive malware operation targeting multiple organizations …

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Polish Military Data Leaked

The Polish Armed Forces reported that 1.8 million data points of military equipment have been leaked online. “After verification of the services, we would like to inform you that the catalog disclosed on the Internet is part of the Uniform …

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Ukraine Reports Massive Cyber Attacks on Government Websites

Ukraine has been hit by a widespread cyber attack, shutting down several government websites including from the foreign ministry and the education ministry. “As a result of a massive cyber attack, the websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and …

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German IT Authority Sees No Evidence of Spyware in Xiaomi Phones

Germany’s federal cybersecurity watchdog, the BSI, has concluded its Xiaomi investigation on Thursday after a warning from Lithuanian counterparts about censorship risk. A spokesperson from the German IT security said they did not find any evidence of censorship functions in …

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Ransomware Attack Cripples Bernalillo County, New Mexico

Bernalillo County in New Mexico has reported a suspected ransomware attack that affected several institutions including the jail.  “Bernalillo County has discovered what is believed to be a ransomware attack on county systems.  The county has taken affected systems offline …

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Digital Bank Starling Boycotts Meta Over Scam Ads

A British fintech company, Starling Bank, has said it is boycotting Facebook and Instagram advertising platforms to protect its customers from scammers. Starling Bank Chief Executive Anne Boden said the boycott was for the lack of action of Meta, parent …

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Alleged Kremlin Insider May Have Possible Info on 2016 Hack

Vladislav Klyushin, a Russian national accused of multiple cybercrimes and who was recently placed under US custody reportedly has insider information on the  Russian campaign to hack Democratic Party servers during the 2016 U.S. election. According to Bloomberg’s source, Russian …

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Marker Group Reports Data Breach Incident

The Marker Group has announced it suffered a data breach involving information associated with past and ongoing litigation matters in the United States. Marker group is a Texas-based company that provides record collection, medical review, data analysis, data hosting, and …

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Israeli Website Hacked With Direct Threat To Israel Nuclear Site

An unknown hacker group on early Monday defaced the website of the Israeli English Language Newspaper, Jerusalem Post with an image threatening an Israeli Nuclear Facility. “We are aware of the apparent hacking of our website, alongside a direct threat …

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