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46,000 Veterans and 13 Community Care Providers Affected by a VA Data Breach

46,000 Veterans and 13 Community Care Providers Affected by a VA Data Breach

The Incident Early last week, the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) was breached by an unknown cybercriminal exposing personal information for more than 46,000 veterans.

Instagram Vulnerability Allowed Hackers Access to Control Your Phone

Instagram Vulnerability Allowed Hackers Access to Control Your Phone

Security experts Check Point Research discovered a critical vulnerability while examining Instagram’s code that not only allows hackers full access to your Instagram account but also your mobile device.

Alien Malware Infects More than 226 Mobile Apps and Steals Bank Data

Alien Malware Infects More than 226 Mobile Apps and Steals Bank Data

As reported on September 24, 2020, by ZDNet and ThreatPost, a new strain of malware named “Alien” is running rampant on the Android platform that has the power to steal passwords from more than 226 mobile apps!The Dirty Details of AlienAlien’s lineage comes from the infamous Cerberus banking trojan targeting victims’ banking data and personal information for identity theft.

Universal Health Systems Hit by Ransomware Attack

Universal Health Systems Hit by Ransomware Attack

Universal Health Systems (UHS), a Fortune 500 company owning more than 400 hospitals across the country, was hit by a ransomware attack this past weekend.

Exchange Server Bug Exposes a Big Risk to Hackers

Exchange Server Bug Exposes a Big Risk to Hackers

Months after Microsoft released a patch to fix a serious flaw in MS Exchange Server, more than 61% of them are still vulnerable.

Clients’ Bank Data Exposed in Blackbaud Ransomware Attack

Clients’ Bank Data Exposed in Blackbaud Ransomware Attack

Blackbaud software was victim to a ransomware attack last May, and new information suggests that clients may have lost more than just basic information.

Security Researchers Uncover Bugs in Antivirus Software Which Helps Hackers Get In

Security Researchers Uncover Bugs in Antivirus Software Which Helps Hackers Get In

According to research firm CyberARK, most popular anti-malware programs include bugs that allow hackers to increase their privileges on the system and take control.

Voter Registration Phishing Emails are on the Rise During the U.S. Presidential Election

Voter Registration Phishing Emails are on the Rise During the U.S. Presidential Election

During this highly contentious presidential election, hackers are working overtime phishing for social security numbers, driver’s license numbers, dates of birth, and more.

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Facebook Messenger Bug on Android Allows Hackers to Spy on You New

The Hacker News reported this week that a Facebook Messenger Bug on Android allows hackers to listen in on calls and gather information for identity theft and fraud.

Man in Florida Arrested for Account Takeover New

A man in Florida received a 3-year prison sentence for a bank account takeover scam where he stole and laundered $9 million.

GoDaddy Used in a Cryptocurrency Attack

GoDaddy domain registrar and hosting company is no stranger to hacks and interruption of service by cybercriminals.

Pray.com Exposed 10M Users' PII Online!

Widely used Christian app Pray.

Trump Fires Christopher Krebs

Last week President Donald Trump fired the beloved director of the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity Infrastructure and Security Agency, Christopher Krebs.

How to Protect Yourself from Porch Pirates This Holiday Season

There is a relatively new technique that criminals aptly nicknamed "porch pirates" are using to steal from innocent victims.

Don’t Be a Victim of Credit Card Fraud This Holiday Season

Despite the current economic climate and dealing with the pandemic, stores are bursting with eager customers trying to get their holiday shopping done early.

Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday are a Criminal's Playground - How to Stay Safe

With Thanksgiving fast approaching and the holidays quickly on its heels, now is a time of big sales.

Ticketmaster Fined Due to Insecure Website and a Massive Data Breach

Ticketmaster, the leading seller of sports, music, and artistic show tickets were fined #1.

The North Face Suffers a Credential Stuffing Attack - Resets User Passwords

Outdoor sporting gear giant The North Face suffered a major credential stuffing attack in early October and, as Threatpost and Binary Defense reported last week.

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