Leaks and breaches: a roundup – Malwarebytes Labs
A new episode of the SurfWatch cyber risk roundup has been posted, Episode 75: Healthcare Leaks, POS Breaches, and Latest Malware and Legal News: Several large healthcare databases have been put up for sale on the dark web, and the actor behind the leaks is promising more. Point-of-sale breaches made headlines this week at Hard.
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Image credit: depositphotos.com December every year, TechTalks publishes a roundup of the biggest cybersecurity incidents of that year and 2018 is no exception. Although there hasn’t been much of (at least publicized) government leaks and global ransomware attacks like last year, the online community of major brands from virtually every sector made sure to compensate for their public.
This past week saw the announcement of several new payment card breaches, including a point-of-sale breach at Applebee’s restaurants that affected 167 locations across 15 states. The malware, which was discovered on February 13, 2018, was "designed to capture payment card information and may have affected a limited number of purchases" made at Applebee’s locations.
Tyler Fields shared. Malwarebytes Labs conducted a survey of nearly 4,000. Like it or not, in today’s world of endless headlines about data breaches, leaks, and negligence.
Turns out the National Security Agency (NSA) may have suffered yet another data breach. Kaspersky Lab for a long time, fighting antivirus back in the day, and they’ve always been stand-up guys who.
Insider Leaks Main Cause Of Government Data Breaches, Verizon Report Reveals. Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report released today revealed that government employees cause 58 percent of public sector data breaches with more than a quarter arising from unintentional leaks by insiders.
According to Kaspersky Lab, the database of users with billions of passwords, published at the end of January, was collected from well-known old leaks. On January 31, Wired reported that hackers released a giant database that contains 2.2 billion unique usernames and passwords. In total, the entire.
Russian Government Security Breach – multiple Russian government websites are leaking the personal and passport data of over 2.25 million citizens, including those belonging to government officials and high profile politicians. Read to know more!
Home Depot says that in addition to 56 million payment cards, the attackers responsible for the breach on their POS network. of Phishing," said Adam Kujawa, head of Malware Intelligence at.
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