Author: Jodie Baker

Major NeoPets hack may compromise tens of millions of accounts

A data breach at the virtual pet website Neopets resulted in the theft of source code and a database holding the personal data of over 69 million users.

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Metaverse brings accrued cyber risk

Businesses considering hopping on the metaverse bandwagon have been warned to look for impending hacks that might expose their sensitive data to catastrophic attacks, breaches, and exfiltration.

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Roaming Mantis hits Android & iOS users

The Roaming Mantis operation turned its attention to France, possibly compromising tens of thousands of devices.

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Massive malware campaign target Elastix VOIP systems

Threat experts have discovered a massive campaign that used malware copies to target Elastix VoIP phone servers over a three-month period

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PayPal Phishing kits targeting WordPress sites

Several pieces of personal information, including official identification documents and images, are being attempted to be stolen from victims by a recently found phishing kit that targets PayPal users.

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New Android Malware on Playstore installed 3 million times

Over 3,000,000 people downloaded a new Android malware family from the Play Store that discreetly subscribes users to premium services.

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Deakin University under Cyber Attack

A cyberattack at a university in Victoria stole some of the most recent test scores and roughly 47,000 students’ contact information, both present and former.

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Japanese game publisher hacked

The Japanese publisher of the popular video games looks to be the most recent significant gaming firm to have a severe hacking attack.

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Apple is creating a new “Lockdown Mode”

Apple is creating a new “Lockdown Mode”. It’s intended to combat sophisticated hacking techniques like Pegasus from the NSO Group.

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5 Ways to Protect Your Business from Ransomware Attacks

A ransomware attack locks down your files until you pay the hacker a ransom. Stay protected today.

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