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Smartwatch Maker Garmin Shuts Down Services After Ransomware Attack

Garmin, the maker of fitness trackers, smartwatches and GPS-based wearable devices, is currently dealing with a massive worldwide service interruption after getting hit by a targeted ransomware attack, an employee of the company told The Hacker News on condition of anonymity. The company's website and the Twitter account say, "We are currently experiencing an outage that affects Garmin.com and…

Datum: 24. 7. 2020

North Korean Hackers Spotted Using New Multi-Platform Malware Framework

Lazarus Group, the notorious hacking group with ties to the North Korean regime, has unleashed a new multi-platform malware framework with an aim to infiltrate corporate entities around the world, steal customer databases, and distribute ransomware. Capable of targeting Windows, Linux, and macOS operating systems, the MATA malware framework — so-called because of the authors' reference to the…

Datum: 23. 7. 2020

US Charges 2 Chinese Hackers for Targeting COVID-19 Research and Trade Secrets

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) yesterday revealed charges against two Chinese nationals for their alleged involvement in a decade-long hacking spree targeting dissidents, government agencies, and hundreds of organizations in as many as 11 countries. The 11-count indictment, which was unsealed on Tuesday, alleges LI Xiaoyu (???) and DONG Jiazhi (???) stole terabytes of sensitive data,…

Datum: 22. 7. 2020

Chinese Hackers Escalate Attacks Against India and Hong Kong Amid Tensions

An emerging threat actor out of China has been traced to a new hacking campaign aimed at government agencies in India and residents of Hong Kong intending to steal sensitive information, cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes revealed in the latest report shared with The Hacker News. The attacks were observed during the first week of July, coinciding the passage of controversial security law in Hong…

Datum: 21. 7. 2020

21-Year-Old Cypriot Hacker Extradited to U.S. Over Fraud and Extortion Charges

The United States Department of Justice has extradited two criminals from the Republic of Cyprus—one is a computer hacker suspected of cyber intrusions and extortion, and the other is a money launderer with known connections to the terrorist organization Hezbollah. Both suspects—Joshua Polloso Epifaniou, 21, a resident of Nicosia, and Ghassan Diab, 37, a citizen of Lebanon—were arrested…

Datum: 20. 7. 2020

Iranian Hackers Accidentally Exposed Their Training Videos (40 GB) Online

An OPSEC error by an Iranian threat actor has laid bare the inner workings of the hacking group by providing a rare insight into the "behind-the-scenes look into their methods." IBM's X-Force Incident Response Intelligence Services (IRIS) got hold of nearly five hours worth of video recordings of the state-sponsored group it calls ITG18 (also called Charming Kitten, Phosphorous, or APT35) that…

Datum: 17. 7. 2020

Why Can Application Security Be Considered A Enabler For Business?

If you ask Alex, he won't admit being old-fashioned. He has been working in the IT industry for a while now and accepts that security is important for the business's health. But reluctant to take security as the business enabler. In today's environment, moving to digitization is a critical step required to drive innovation and business growth. When the application development takes the driver…

Datum: 16. 7. 2020

New Android Malware Now Steals Passwords For Non-Banking Apps Too

Cybersecurity researchers today uncovered a new strain of banking malware that targets not only banking apps but also steals data and credentials from social networking, dating, and cryptocurrency apps—in total 337 non-financial Android applications on it's target list. Dubbed "BlackRock" by ThreatFabric researchers, which discovered the trojan in May, its source code is derived from a leaked…

Datum: 16. 7. 2020

A New Flaw In Zoom Could Have Let Fraudsters Mimic Organisations

In a report shared with The Hacker News, researchers at cybersecurity firm CheckPoint today disclosed details of a minor but easy-to-exploit flaw they reported in Zoom, the highly popular and widely used video conferencing software. The latest Zoom flaw could have allowed attackers mimic an organization, tricking its employees or business partners into revealing personal or other confidential…

Datum: 16. 7. 2020

Several High-Profile Accounts Hacked in the Biggest Twitter Hack of All Time

Social media platform Twitter, earlier today on Wednesday, was on fire after it suffered one of the biggest cyberattacks in its history. A number of high-profile Twitter accounts, including those of US presidential candidate Joe Biden, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Uber, and Apple, were breached simultaneously in what's the biggest hacking campaign carried out to promote a…

Datum: 16. 7. 2020

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