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- GoDaddy customers target of phishing scam
- NH man pleads guilty to sextortion, ...
- WoSign mistakenly assigns two user certificates
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Eschewing the bug bounty route, a cybersecurity firm which detected a flaw in a medical device from St. Jude Medical, partnered with an investment firm to capitalize on its knowledge and short sell stock in the device manufacturer.
The explosive growth in ransomware has once again heated up the debate as to whether infected organizations have an ethical responsibility to refuse payment. But are some companies exacerbating the problem by paying up even when they have viable data backups?
Proofpoint researchers spot new variants of the Ursnif trojan dubbed "Dreambot," some of which now include Tor communication capabilities and or P2P functionality.
A new version of Locky ransomware has been spotted sporting an improved delivery mechanism, better obfuscation which combined make it more difficult for anti-malware scanners to spot.
Several web pages associated with the former file-sharing site Megaupload - seized by the FBI over four years ago in an online piracy investigation - are now serving up pornographic content and junk ads.
In what seems like a real email message from GoDaddy, users are prompted to upgrade storage within 24 hours, otherwise their emails account will be suspended
Ryan Vallee, a 22-year-old New Hampshire man, pleaded guilty to hacking into social media and email accounts and engaging in sextortion of almost a dozen female victims.
A Chinese certificate authority mistakenly handed out legitimate user certificates for Github and the University of Central Florida (UCF) to a couple of unauthorized users.
DATA BREACH BLOG
A laptop taken home by an employee of the Whitehead Nursing Home was stolen.
Patient records were compromised at Bon Secours, a nonprofit health care provider.
Phoenix-based Banner Health is notifying patients of a cyberattack that compromised patient records.
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