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Woman accused of hacking Capital One indicted for alleged cyber intrusions, cryptojacking

A federal grand jury in Seattle yesterday indicted alleged Capital One data thief Paige Thompson in relation to a series of breaches and cryptojacking attacks that victimized more than 30 different companies. The indictment alleges that Thompson, 33, created a software program that identifies web application firewall misconfigurations while scanning the publicly-facing portion of servers…
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Voter data on 1.8M Chicagoans left exposed on online storage service

Chicago Board of Elections press release Personal data on more than 1.8 million Chicagoan voters was found exposed on a cloud-based storage site, available to anyone for downloading, researchers from UpGuard’s Cyber Risk Team have reported. According to an article posted Thursday on UpGuard’s Breach analysis blog, the data repository is owned and operated by Omaha,…
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House Republicans ask Capitol One and Amazon for briefing on data breach

Republican members of the House of Representatives’ Committee on Oversight and Reform this week sent open letters to both Capital One and Amazon, requesting that both companies arrange a briefing with Congressional staff members regarding Capital One’s recently announced data breach. Last Monday, McLean, Va.-based Capital One Financial Corporation publicly acknowledged that an unauthorized individual…
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Imperva CTO: Breach caused by mishandled database migration

The data breach that recently affected certain customers of Imperva’s Cloud Web Application Firewall (WAF) product was made possible by a series of missteps as the cybersecurity company migrated to a cloud-based database service, the firm’s chief technology officer disclosed yesterday in a blog post. Collectively, these errors allowed an unauthorized party to steal an…
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PayMyTab database leaked PII on diners

An exposed database belonging to PayMyTab leaked PII on customers who dined at restaurants using the mobile payment system. An anonymous third party discovered the open AWS S3 bucket and brought it to the attention of researchers at vpnMonitor through Helen Foster, a partner at the Davis Wright Tremaine law firm in Washington. “This leak…
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Accentuate the negative: Accenture exposes data related to its enterprise cloud platform

Yet another company has mistakenly exposed its sensitive internal information after storing data on misconfigured cloud-based servers from Amazon Web Services. The culprit in this case – the $32.9 billion consulting and professional services company Accenture – was found to be insecurely storing data that, ironically, has to do with its own cloud-based enterprise solution,…
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Half a million Teletext Holidays files unsecured

UK-based travel company Teletext Holidays left a trove of its customer data unsecured, exposing 530,000 files including some to 200,000 audio files of calls made by customers. The Amazon Web Services (AWS) server, left unsecured for three years, showed the names of the users, their email and home addresses, telephone numbers and dates of birth, reported…
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Samsung leaked SmartThings app source code and secret keys

A security researcher at a Dubai-based cybersecurity firm SpiderSilk discovered a development lab used by Samsung engineers was leaking highly sensitive source code, credentials and secret keys for several internal projects — including its SmartThings  platform. The researcher, Mossab Hussein, found Samsung engineers had left dozens of internal coding projects on a GitLab instance hosted…
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