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Hacker has designs on Canva data, steals info belonging to 139M users

The graphic design website Canva was hacked last Friday in an data theft incident that reportedly compromised the data of approximately 139 million users. According to an online support page, Sydney-based Canva detected the attack while in progress on May 24, and immediately took action to fix the cause of the breach. Exposed data included…
More details emerge on extent of ticketing company breach
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Security News

Shubert theater company organization shines spotlight on customer data breach

Theater company The Shubert Organization has reportedly disclosed a data breach that compromised the personal information of its theater customers. A May 16 notification letter sent to impacted individuals says that an authorized party had accessed certain Shubert employees’ email accounts, which contained customer information including names and credit card numbers and expiration dates. The…
VSkimmer trojan steals card data on point-of-sale systems
Data Breach, Security News

2M credit cards exposed in Buca di Beppo, Earl of Sandwich, Planet Hollywood parent company breach

A point-of-sale data breach allegedly discovered a month ago and just now admitted, exposed two million credit cards belonging to diners of Earl Enterprises restaurants. KrebsOnSecurity claims to have contacted the Italian restaurant chain that owns Buca di Beppo, Earl of Sandwich, Planet Hollywood and other restaurant brands, on Feb. 21, 2019, after finding evidence…
Cloud Security, Cybercrime, Data Breach, Phishing, Security News

Password-spraying attacks abuse IMAP to break into targets’ cloud accounts

Taking advantage of recent stolen credential dumps, attackers have been exploiting legacy protocols like IMAP to engage in high-volume password-spraying campaigns for the purpose of breaking into companies’ cloud accounts, researchers at Proofpoint are reporting. Used by email clients to retrieve messages from a server, IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is an ideal protocol to…
Ransomware, Security News

Ransomware attack pays off as Delaware Guidance Services gives in to criminals

The Delaware Guidance Services (DGS) for Children and Youth is the latest organization to pay off the cybercriminals who locked up their network with a ransomware attack. The Dover, Del., based organization said in a letter to its patients and guardians that the attack took place on December 25, 2018. Files containing personal information, such…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Health Care, Security News

Breach could impact roughly 326,000 UConn Health patients

An unauthorized party accessed the email accounts of several UConn Health employees last Christmas Eve, in a data breach that reportedly may affect up to roughly 326,000 patients. In an online disclosure, the Connecticut-based academic medical center revealed that the breached data includes, names, dates of birth, addresses and “limited medical information such as billing…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Security News, Web Services Security, E-Commerce Security, Website/Web Server Security

Report: Details on 617 million user accounts up for sale on dark web

A dark web marketplace this week reportedly began selling stolen data linked to roughly 617 million user accounts from 16 different websites. The Register was first to report the incident, citing details provided by the seller, who has set up show on the Tor network-based site Dream Market cyber-souk. The affected online services consist of video messaging…
Security News

Movie and TV-tracking service Trakt belatedly discovers 2014 breach

An unauthorized party illegally accessed data from TV and movie “scrobbling” service Trakt more than four years ago, but only now are users learning about it. The California-based company, which allows viewers to track the programs and films they watch, reportedly sent an email to its subscribers informing them that an unauthorized party used a…
Automakers pen 'privacy principles' for in-car technology
Cybercrime, Malware, Mobile Security, Security News

Taken for a ride: Malicious driving game apps installed half a million times

A malicious actor recently smuggled 13 malicious apps disguised as driving simulator games into Google Play, resulting in more than 560,000 installations before they were removed. Each of the sketchy apps was found to download and launch in the background an additional malicious APK, titled “Game Center.” This APK hides its own icon and displays ads…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Malware, Retail, Security News

The many faces of Magecart: Report profiles groups behind card-skimming threat

Magecart, the e-commerce payment card-skimming threat that has recently victimized Ticketmaster, British Airways, Newegg and other notable companies, is primarily comprised of six major active cybercriminal groups, according to a new joint research report. All of these groups use a version the same skimmer toolset, but they rely on different strategies and in some cases have…
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