Google representatives said that they stopped the work of the Glupteba botnet: they deleted the accounts, and also disabled the servers and domains associated with it. In addition, the company has filed a lawsuit against the Russians Dmitry Starovikov and Alexander Filippov,
Last weekend, unknown hackers managed to broke into the mail server of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Hackers used the access to send letters that imitated FBI alerts about cyberattacks and data theft. Spamhaus, a non-profit spam-tracking organization, reported
Security researcher Bobby Rauch discovered a vulnerability in AirTag key fobs, which Apple advertises as a convenient solution for tracking personal belongings (for example, laptops, phones, car keys, backpacks, and so on). Gadgets are susceptible to a stored XSS
Microsoft has added a new feature to Exchange Server that will automatically take action to remediate high-risk vulnerabilities (most likely already exploited by hackers). This should protect Exchange servers from attacks and give administrators more time to install
Jack Cable, Stanford’s student and Krebs Stamos Group cybersecurity researcher created the Ransomwhere project that is free and open database of payments that have been transferred to various ransomware hack groups. This database, devoid of any personal information, will be
After the sensational cyberattack on the American fuel giant Colonial Pipeline, experts proposed a kind of “vaccine” against Russian hackers. The cybercriminal group DarkSide behind the attack on the Colonial Pipeline hastened to disown any political motives.
Recently, the media reported that attackers hacked one of the most popular hacking forums on the Internet, OGUSERS (aka OGU) again, for the second time in the last year. Then an unknown attacker stole the data of 200,000 users, according to the official statistics of users
The well-known information security expert, journalist and author of the KrebsOnSecurity blog has repeatedly become a target for attacks and mockery of hackers. Now hackers are attack Microsoft Exchange servers with Proxylogon vulnerabilities on behalf of Brian Krebs. The
Experts from the Gemini Advisory company published a report, according to which on underground hacker forums were found two precedents, when hackers collected EMV card data and put this information up for sale. Thus, attacks on EMV cards, which were only a theory 12 years,
Fresenius, Europe’s largest private hospital operator and major provider of products and services for dialysis, was affected during Snake ransomware cyberattack. According to KrebsOnSecurity sources, the incident disrupted some systems, but care for the patients continues.