Russian Cybercriminals Seek Access to OpenAI ChatGPT

Check Point analysts have noticed that Russian-speaking hacker forums are actively discussing access to bypass geo-blocking, due to which the OpenAI ChatGPT language model is not available in Russia. We also wrote that Microsoft’s VALL-E AI Is Able to Imitate a Human Voice in a Three-Second Pattern, and also that Google Is Trying to Get… Continue reading Russian Cybercriminals Seek Access to OpenAI ChatGPT

Hackers Bypass CAPTCHA on GitHub to Automate Account Creation

The South African hack group Automated Libra is looking for new approaches to use the resources of cloud platforms for cryptocurrency mining: hackers bypass CAPTCHA on GitHub. Let me remind you that we also wrote that Hackers force users to solve CAPTCHA, and also that New hCaptcha bypass method may not affect Cloudflare’s security. According… Continue reading Hackers Bypass CAPTCHA on GitHub to Automate Account Creation

Hackers compromised Slack private GitHub repositories

On December 31, while everyone was celebrating the New Year, Salesforce, the company behind the development of the corporate Slack messenger, published a message about the incident of compromising Slack repositories on GitHub. Let me remind you that recently MI also wrote that Slack Is Resetting User Passwords Due to a Bug, and also that… Continue reading Hackers compromised Slack private GitHub repositories

Hackers Use Excel Add-Ins as Initial Penetration Vector

Cisco Talos analysts say that hackers are now using Excel add-ins to infiltrate victims’ systems and networks. After Microsoft began blocking VBA macros in Office documents downloaded from the Internet (marked as Mark Of The Web), attackers had to rethink their attack chains: for example, now hackers are increasingly using Excel add-in files (.XLL) as… Continue reading Hackers Use Excel Add-Ins as Initial Penetration Vector

Hackers Attack Ukrainian Organizations through Malicious Windows 10 Installers

Mandiant experts reported that Ukrainian government agencies are suffering from attacks using malicious Trojanized Windows 10 installers, as victims download malicious ISO files from Ukrainian and Russian-language torrent trackers (including Toloka and RuTracker). Let me remind you that we also wrote that TrickBot Hack Group Systematically Attacks Ukraine, and also that Microsoft Accuses Russia of… Continue reading Hackers Attack Ukrainian Organizations through Malicious Windows 10 Installers

Hackers Stole over $2.5 million from Hackers

In the past 12 months hackers have scammed more than $2.5 million from other cybercriminals on three separate hack forums alone (Exploit, XSS and BreachForums), according to Sophos researchers. You might also be interested in reading All About Hacker Motivation: Why Do Hackers Hack? Experts spoke about the results of studying darknet forums during a… Continue reading Hackers Stole over $2.5 million from Hackers

Attackers Hacked 15,000 Websites to Poison SEO

Sucuri analysts have discovered a massive hacking campaign in which the attackers hacked about 15,000 sites, mostly running WordPress. Let me remind you that we also wrote that 0-day Vulnerability in WordPress BackupBuddy Plugin Attacked Over 5 million Times, and also that Ukraine Was Hit by DDoS Attacks from Hacked WordPress Sites. Attackers use compromised… Continue reading Attackers Hacked 15,000 Websites to Poison SEO

Beware Snapchat Hacker Attacks: How to Stop Them

Snapchat Hacking may expose its users to significant security risks

There’s a demand for users to secure their privacy and security when using Snapchat. This is due to the fact that it’s one of the most popular social media platforms. Here are the ways hackers usually hack your Snapchat accounts. How Attackers Hack Someone’s Snapchat Account Snapchat does not seem to be the place where… Continue reading Beware Snapchat Hacker Attacks: How to Stop Them

Logs of Internal Chats of the Russian Hacker Group Yanluowang Leaked to the Network

Information security experts report a hack of the Yanluowang hacker group, which compromised Cisco this summer. According to experts, internal chats of the group leaked to the network, showing that Yanluowang consists of Russian-speaking members. KELA analysts write that the latest leak contains hack group chats dated January-September 2022, all communication in which took place… Continue reading Logs of Internal Chats of the Russian Hacker Group Yanluowang Leaked to the Network

Hacker Group XDSpy Distributes Malware in Russia under the Guise of Subpoenas for the Army

In early October, Kaspersky Lab experts recorded a targeted attack on Russian organizations: attackers from the XDSpy hacker group sent several hundred malicious emails allegedly related to the topic of the so-called “partial mobilization”. Recall that dictator Vladimir Putin in September announced the mobilization into the armed forces of Russia against the backdrop of a… Continue reading Hacker Group XDSpy Distributes Malware in Russia under the Guise of Subpoenas for the Army