Planned Parenthood LA: Ransomware attack leaks health data of 400,000 patients

Planned Parenthood Los Angeles has sent out breach notification letters to about 400,000 patients after the organization suffered from a ransomware incident between October 9 and October 17. In a letter shared with the California Attorney General’s office and sent Read More …

Spear-Phishing Campaign Exploits Glitch Platform to Steal Credentials

A long-term spear-phishing campaign is targeting employees of major corporations with emails containing PDFs that link to short-lived Glitch apps hosting credential-harvesting SharePoint phishing pages, researchers have found. Researchers from DomainTools discovered the suspicious PDFs – which themselves do not Read More …

MosesStaff attacks organizations with encryption malware: No payment demand made

The MosesStaff hacking group has entered the ‘ransomware’ fray with a difference: blackmail payments are furthest from their minds. On November 15, Check Point Research (CPR) said the group began targeting organizations in Israel during September this year, joining campaigns Read More …

Dutch newspaper accuses US spy agencies of orchestrating 2016 Booking.com breach

Jointly US-Dutch owned Booking.com was illegally accessed by an American attacker in 2016 – and the company failed to tell anyone when it became aware of what happened, according to explosive revelations. The alleged miscreant, named as “Andrew”, is said Read More …

Void Balaur and the Rise of the Cybermercenary Industry

Cybercriminals have different motivations: for example, some malicious actors have disruptive political attacks as their objective, while others might be more inclined towards cyberespionage and gathering information on their victims. Of course, financial gain remains a powerful cybercrime motivation — Read More …

EU Green Pass-generation keys stolen – sources

Some of the keys used to generate the European Green Pass have been stolen and distributed on programming networks to create false COVID-19 health certificates, qualified Italian sources said on Wednesday. A series of meetings at the EU level were Read More …

Hacker sells the data for millions of Moscow drivers for $800

Hackers are selling a stolen database containing 50 million records of Moscow driver data on an underground forum for only $800. According to Russian media outlets that purchased the database, the data appears to be valid and contains records collected Read More …

Airline Credential-Theft Takes Off in Widening Campaign

A two-year-old espionage campaign against the airline industry is ongoing, with AsyncRAT and other commodity remote-access trojans (RATs) helping those efforts take flight. The campaign can effectively be a bird strike to the business engine, so to speak, resulting in Read More …