The Kyoto University in Japan has lost about 77TB of research data due to an error in the backup system of its Hewlett-Packard supercomputer.
Korean researchers have developed a set of attacks against some solid-state drives (SSDs) that could allow planting malware in a location that's beyond the reach of the user and security solutions.
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The Twitter account previously associated with the ANOM chat app is posting frivolous tweets this week. ANOM was a fake encrypted messaging platform created as part of a global sting operation led by the U.S. FBI, Australian Federal Police (AFP), and other law enforcement agencies to catch criminals.
The number of malicious dormant domains is on the rise, and as researchers warn, roughly 22.3% of strategically aged domains pose some form of danger.
The AvosLocker ransomware operation provided a free decryptor after learning they encrypted a US government agency.
T-Mobile confirmed that recent reports of a new data breach are linked to notifications sent to a "very small number of customers" that they fell victim to SIM swap attacks.
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Microsoft Defender for Endpoint is currently showing "sensor tampering" alerts linked to the company's newly deployed Microsoft 365 Defender scanner for Log4j processes.
One of the largest Vietnamese crypto trading platforms, ONUS, recently suffered a cyber attack on its payment system running a vulnerable Log4j version. Soon enough, threat actors approached ONUS to extort $5 million and threatened to publish customer data should ONUS refuse to comply.
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Apache has released another Log4j version, 2.17.1 fixing a newly discovered remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in 2.17.0, tracked as CVE-2021-44832. Prior to today, 2.17.0 was the most recent version of Log4j and deemed the safest release to upgrade to, but that advice has now evolved.
The cyber-espionage APT (advanced persistent threat) group tracked as 'BlackTech' was spotted using a novel malware called 'Flagpro' in attacks against Japanese firms.
The RedLine information-stealing malware targets popular web browsers such as Chrome, Edge, and Opera, demonstrating why storing your passwords in browsers is a bad idea.
Many LastPass users report that their master passwords have been compromised after receiving email warnings that someone tried to use them to log into their accounts from unknown locations.
Samsung's official Android app store, called the Galaxy Store, has had an infiltration of riskware apps that triggered multiple Play Protect warnings on people's devices.
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An Amazon Echo owner was left shocked after Alexa proposed a dangerous challenge to her 10-year old child. AI-powered virtual assistants like Alexa that power smart devices and speakers such as Echo, Echo Dot, and Amazon Tap, come with a plethora of capabilities, including playing verbal games.
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Users of QNAP network-attached storage (NAS) devices are reporting attacks on their systems with the eCh0raix ransomware, also known as QNAPCrypt.