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Treasury sanctions Russian research institute for Triton attack

The Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control sanctioned a Russian government research institution linked to Triton malware targeting industrial safety systems, the first time the U.S. took such an action for an industrial control system attack. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin called out the Russian government for continuing “to engage in dangerous cyber activities aimed…
APTs/cyberespionage, Coronavirus, Security News

Justice charges Chinese nationals in hacking campaign

Two Chinese hackers working with the Ministry of State Security, and charged by the Justice Department on Tuesday, allegedly ran a more-than-decade-long campaign hacking into the systems of hundreds of companies, governments, NGOs, dissidents, human rights activists and even clergy, nicking intellectual property and proprietary business research and more recently targeting companies developing COVID-19 vaccines,…
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Government/Defense, Security News

Covid-19 vaccines, economies in peril after Russian APT29 attacks

Warnings by officials in the U.S., U.K. and Canada that Russia’s Cozy Bear, APT29, is actively trying to steal Covid-19 vaccine research by hacking vaccine trials and dropping WellMess and WellMail malware proves at least two things: Russia military intelligence is still going hard against U.S. targets, and the health care industry, particularly during the…
Sentencing begins for four LulzSec members in London
APTs/cyberespionage, Security News

Trump commutes Roger Stone’s sentence stemming from Mueller probe

President Trump has commuted the sentence of long-time confidante Roger Stone who was to report to prison on July 14 to serve 40 months after being found guilty of seven counts, including obstruction, witness tampering and lying to Congress. During Stone’s trial, which stemmed from Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia’s interference in the…
BMW issues security patch for bug allowing attackers physical access into vehicles
Database security, Security News

BMW customer database for sale on dark web

A database of 384,319 BMW car owners in the U.K. is being offered for sale on an underground forum by the KelvinSecurity Team hacking group, according to KELA, a darknet threat intelligence firm, based in Tel Aviv. The hacking group, which last week tried to sell databases related to U.S. business consulting firm Frost & Sullivan,…
Election 2016 Cybersecurity Insights, Election Coverage, Government/Defense, Security News

House Intel Committee releases closed-door testimonies from Russia election interference probe

The House Intelligence Committee released long-promised closed-door testimonies, including those of members of President Trump’s family and inner circle, from its probe into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. “The testimony that the committee is releasing today serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing threat that Russian interference poses to our democratic process…
Coronavirus, Government, Government/Defense, Security News

Cybersecurity snubbed in stimulus package

Aid for states is not the only thing that didn’t make it into the $480 billion stimulus package President Trump signed today – funding for cybersecurity also was notably missing, something that security experts, policymakers and security experts hope Congress will rectify in future stimulus bills, particularly around election security. In a letter to House…
Data Breach, Security News

Tupperware site hacked with credit card skimmer

Tupperware hasn’t yet put a lid on a targeted cyberattack that uses a credit card skimmer to collect customer payment information at checkout on the tupperware[.]com site and some of its local sites. The threat actors hid “malicious code within an image file that activates a fraudulent payment form during the checkout process,” according to…
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