Lazarus Hackers Attack MacOS Users by impersonating Crypto[.]com

Sentinel One has discovered that the North Korean hacker group Lazarus is targeting macOS users selectively. Attackers are using fake Crypto[.]com jobs to hack developers and digital artists in the cryptocurrency community. It is assumed that in the long term, attackers aim to steal the digital assets and cryptocurrencies of their victims. By the way,… Continue reading Lazarus Hackers Attack MacOS Users by impersonating Crypto[.]com

Ukrainian Law Enforcers Arrested Hackers Who Sold More Than 30 million Accounts

Ukrainian law enforcers reported that they “neutralized” and arrested hackers from a cybercriminal group operating from Lviv. The group specialized in the sale of accounts and sold more than 30 million accounts on the dark web that belonged to citizens of Ukraine and EU countries. Let me remind you that we also wrote that Hacker… Continue reading Ukrainian Law Enforcers Arrested Hackers Who Sold More Than 30 million Accounts

0-day Vulnerability in WordPress BackupBuddy Plugin Attacked Over 5 million Times

Wordfence analysts have discovered that a fresh 0-day vulnerability in the popular WordPress plugin, BackupBuddy, which has been installed about 140,000 times, is under active attack. Since August 26, 2022, there have been about 5,000,000 hack attempts. The BackupBuddy plugin allows users to backup their entire WordPress installation right from the dashboard, including theme files,… Continue reading 0-day Vulnerability in WordPress BackupBuddy Plugin Attacked Over 5 million Times

North Korean Group Lazarus Attacks Energy Companies

A new malware campaign by the North Korean hacker group Lazarus has been discovered, which was active from February to July 2022. This time the hackers have targeted energy suppliers around the world, including companies in the US, Canada and Japan. Let me remind you that we also reported that Microsoft accused Russia and North… Continue reading North Korean Group Lazarus Attacks Energy Companies

Cisco Hack Is Linked to Russian-Speaking Hackers from Evil Corp

Experts from eSentire established that the infrastructure used to hack Cisco in May 2022 was exploited to compromise an unnamed HR solutions company a month earlier. Researchers believe that malicious actors associated with Evil Corp. are behind these incidents. Let me remind you that we also said that Cisco Won’t Fix an RCE Vulnerability in… Continue reading Cisco Hack Is Linked to Russian-Speaking Hackers from Evil Corp

All About Hacker Motivation: Why Do Hackers Hack?

Cybercriminals attack websites and blogs daily. But for what?

Usually, hackers hack for monetary gain. However, there are less apparent reasons lurking beneath the surface. But knowledge of technology is not enough to be a successful hacker. You also need to know how to monetize your hacking skills without getting caught. It would help if you had a hacking motivation. But why would a… Continue reading All About Hacker Motivation: Why Do Hackers Hack?

Hackers Are Now More Likely to Attack Not Large Hospitals, but Specialized Clinics

According to a new report from Critical Insight, hackers are increasingly targeting small healthcare companies and specialized clinics that lack the resources to defend themselves. While large healthcare systems, even despite having a huge amount of personal and medical data, usually have a more complex security system. By the way, we talked about the fact… Continue reading Hackers Are Now More Likely to Attack Not Large Hospitals, but Specialized Clinics

Microsoft Says It Disrupted the Operations of the Russian-speaking hack group SEABORGIUM

Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) experts say they have disrupted an operation by the Russian-speaking hack group SEABORGIUM targeting people and organizations in NATO countries. Let me remind you that we also reported that IS Specialists Discovered a New Version of Malware from Russian Hackers LOLI Stealer. The grouping, which Microsoft calls SEABORGIUM, has been… Continue reading Microsoft Says It Disrupted the Operations of the Russian-speaking hack group SEABORGIUM

Stores Are under Attack due to 0-Day Vulnerability in PrestaShop

Hackers exploit a 0-day vulnerability in the open-source e-commerce platform PrestaShop and introduce web skimmers to websites designed to steal sensitive information. Last Friday, the PrestaShop team issued an urgent warning, urging the administrators of the approximately 300,000 stores using the software to be more vigilant about security as attacks were discovered targeting the platform.… Continue reading Stores Are under Attack due to 0-Day Vulnerability in PrestaShop

Microsoft Accuses Russia of Cyberattacks against Ukraine’s Allies

In the latest report on global information security, Microsoft accuses Russia of massive cyberattacks in connection with the war in Ukraine. It states that Russian hackers have carried out numerous cyber-espionage operations against Ukraine’s allied countries since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Let me remind you that we reported that Hacker groups… Continue reading Microsoft Accuses Russia of Cyberattacks against Ukraine’s Allies