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Researchers see a boom in Zoom domains, stolen accounts

The surging popularity of Zoom video conferencing during the COVID-19 epidemic is compelling internet registrars to make available scores of Zoom-related domains, some of which are being scooped up by malicious actors, researchers from ZeroFox and its Alpha Team reported today. According to a company blog post, Alpha Team members know of roughly 5,343 Zoom-related…
The report shines a light on the Syrian Electronic Army, including its attacks, tactics and members.
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Security News

‘Shiny Hunters’ bursts onto dark web scene following breaches, Microsoft data theft claims

A malicious actor known as Shiny Hunters has emerged as a serious dark web player following a spate of high-profile breaches, and now the hacker or hackers is claiming to have stolen data from Microsoft’s private GitHub repositories and is threatening to release the code for free. According to researchers from ZeroFOX Alpha Team, Shiny…

Global COVID-19 apps found suffering from flaws, malicious copycats

As COVID-19 continues to spread around the world, so does the use of risky mobile applications designed to help track the outbreak. Some of these apps already present troubling privacy implications due to their ability to track the movements of local citizens and collect information on them. But beyond that, they may also be saddled…
Scammers exploit interest in NBA finals to spread Facebook spam
Cybercrime, Security News

Hacker hijacks Milwaukee Bucks star’s Twitter account, posts offensive trash talk

A malicious hacker reportedly hijacked the Twitter account of NBA star forward Giannis Antetokounmpo and riddled it with disparaging and offensive fake tweets about current and former players. The fake tweets used expletives and a racial slur, and even targeted L.A. Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, who tragically died in a helicopter crash earlier this year.…
Cybercrime, Security News

Scammers are swarming around popular Fortnite game, researchers warn

Wherever gamers go, scammers will follow — and that especially goes for the immensely popular survival and battle royale game Fortnite. Indeed, researchers at social media and digital protection company ZeroFOX reported yesterday that they generated 53,000 alerts related to Fortnite scams in one month alone, from early September to early October. Many of these scams falsely…
Retail, Security News

Black Friday, Cyber Monday scams are on the loose, businesses need to prepare

Consumers stumbling to the couch in a turkey-induced coma with their laptop or phone in hand ready to hit the cyber-holiday sales are not alone in being targeted by cybercriminals. Retailers and businesses also may be affected by the dramatic increase in malicious threats that target shoppers looking for buys on Black Friday and Cyber…
Phishing, Security News

Millions of YouTube accounts hijacked through phishing and compromised 2FA

Cybersecurity executives blamed YouTube’s continued use of multifactor authentication and relying on user credentials instead of more advanced forms authentication as the reasons behind why millions of accounts were hijacked over the last few days. The attackers used phishing attacks that convinced account owners to give up their Google account login credentials, used that information…
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