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It's no secret that cyberattacks have been on the rise lately, but a series of failures today may raise some eyebrows. The United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom have all experienced critical service disruptions today, and the root causes are still under investigation. The United Kingdom’s postal service... Read more...
Those who follow cybersecurity news will know that both security researchers and threat actors alike are frequently discovering security vulnerabilities, prompting developers to create and release patches for these vulnerabilities. While fixing security flaws is a good thing, it’s bad news when such fixes are prompted... Read more...
Intel is launching its 4th Gen Xeon Scalable Processors (codename Sapphire Rapids) today, along with the Xeon CPU Max Series (codename Sapphire Rapids HBM) for datacenter customers. The company has been slowly disclosing information since its Innovation 2022 event, but now the veil is lifted on the entire 4th Gen Xeon... Read more...
In a collective "I told you so" moment, security experts were proven right as California's newly-minted digital license plates have been hacked by a group of security/vulnerability researchers. The team was able to track the plate by GPS or even change the vehicle status to "Stolen." Even as the state legalized the... Read more...
Cybersecurity researchers at ASEC have uncovered a threat campaign distributing remote access software under the guise of a Pokémon NFT card game. While many threat campaigns distribute Remote Access Trojans (RATs) that operate in the background to grant threat actors access to compromised systems, this particular... Read more...
If you have a Chick-fil-A account and notice suspicious activity or unapproved purchases, take action now, because with the fast food chain has been hacked, affecting an unknown number of user accounts. As early as the beginning of January, there have been Reddit posts stating that their Chick-fil-A accounts have... Read more...
AMD's RDNA 3 GPU architecture found in the Radeon RX 7900 family of graphics cards was a tremendous leap in performance over the previous generation found in the Radeon RX 6000 series. Therefore, it only stands to reason that the next generation of AMD's high-performance and adaptive computing accelerators would... Read more...
We all like to think our organization's e-mail is secure—secure in the knowledge that your IT administrator is keeping things up to date, safe, and secure. After all, you have to change your password every three months, right? Well, according to a recent report there are more than 70,000 Microsoft Exchange servers... Read more...
We're rapidly entering a new era of blistering-fast storage and platforms supporting PCI Express 5.0 and CXL 2.0 take hold. Both AMD (Zen 4/AM5) and Intel (Raptor Lake/Z790) lay in wait. To make sure they don't wait too long, Phison is using the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) as a next-gen stage to show off its... Read more...
It's not often that malicious actors in the malware and virus space apologize, but that is exactly what happened on New Year's Eve after a ransomware attack targeted a children's hospital system in Canada. The LockBit ransomware gang found out recently that one of its affiliates breached the rules of the... Read more...
Earlier this year, Google awarded a security researcher $107,500 for finding vulnerabilities in the company’s smart speakers. The researcher demonstrated that these vulnerabilities could be leveraged to link secondary accounts to Google smart home devices, then control the devices for nefarious ends, including... Read more...
This week, Lake Charles Memorial Health System (LCMHS) in Louisiana published a notice informing its patients of a cybersecurity incident that occurred back in October of this year. According to the notice, threat actors gained unauthorized access to the healthcare system’s internal network between October 20 and 21... Read more...
BIT Mining Limited has published a news release disclosing that the cryptocurrency mining pool run by its subsidiary, BTC.com, suffered a cyberattack earlier this month on December 3. In the course of the attack, threat actors stole cryptocurrency valuing approximately $3 million in total. BIT Mining has informed... Read more...
In 2021, The Intercept reported that the Taliban had seized biometric devices left behind by the US military in Afghanistan, giving them identifiable information on those who worked with American forces. A group of researchers in Germany called the Chaos Computer Club, led by Matthias Marx, wondered if it was really... Read more...
Back in August of this year, an unknown actor operating under the username “devil” posted information relating to 5.4 million Twitter users for sale on BreachForums. This data included the email addresses and phone numbers tied to users’ accounts. Now, someone with the username “Ryushi” claims to be selling a similar... Read more...
Juggling a bunch of windows can be a pain, even with the UX enhancements in Windows 11. Microsoft is helping to reduce the clutter with the recently released tabbed file explorer, and now it appears another core app is getting tabs. According to a now-deleted Tweet, Microsoft is on the verge of releasing a version of... Read more...
You're sitting there, playing Mario Kart online on the brand-new Nintendo Switch you got over the holidays. All of a sudden, you get booted back to the home screen on the Switch. You reconnect to the game, only for it to happen again. Thanks to a security vulnerability found in numerous first party Nintendo titles... Read more...
Back in August of this year, the password manager LastPass suffered a security breach that resulted in the theft of proprietary technical information and portions of the company’s source code. Hackers then used the stolen information to breach LastPass again at the end of November. Shortly after this follow-up breach... Read more...
iRobot’s automated Roomba vacuum cleaners have been navigating households for many years using infrared sensors. However, the company has equipped some of its more recent Roomba models with visible light cameras. As it turns out, these cameras can capture images of people in compromising positions, and these images... Read more...
Earlier this year, researchers from the threat intelligence group Red Canary identified an infectious computer worm that was found to have been present in customers’ environments going back to September 2021. According to later analysis by Microsoft, this malware, which researchers named “Raspberry Robin,” may date as... Read more...
An investigation conducted by the Secret Service’s Cyber Fraud Task Force (CFTF) and Internal Revenue Service - Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) has resulted in the arrest and conviction of a former T-Mobile employee by the name of Argishti Khudaverdyan. Now 44 years old, Khudaverdyan used stolen T-Mobile credentials... Read more...
Stop me if you've heard this one: Microsoft released a Windows update recently, and it's causing the dreaded blue screen of death (BSOD) on some systems. Yes, it's a story almost as old as Windows itself, but Microsoft says it's investigating the issue currently plaguing Windows 10 systems after this month's Patch... Read more...
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