Major Airport Malware Attack Shines a Light on OT Security

A cryptomining infection managed to spread to half of all workstations at a major international airport in Europe – shining a spotlight on security for operational tech and IT convergence. Researchers at Cyberbit found the XMRig Monero mining malware, which Read More …

xHunt Campaign: Attacks on Kuwait Shipping and Transportation Organizations

The first known attack in this campaign targeted a Kuwait transportation and shipping company in which the actors installed a backdoor tool named Hisoka. Several custom tools were later downloaded to the system in order to carry out post-exploitation activities. Read More …

British Airways E-Ticketing Flaw Exposes Passenger Flight, Personal Data

A vulnerability in British Airways’ e-ticketing system could enable a bad actor to view passengers’ personal data or change their booking information. A security bug discovered in British Airways’ e-ticketing system has the potential to expose passengers’ data, including their Read More …

Cyberattack warning to small plane owners: How your aircraft could be vulnerable

The alert from the DHS critical infrastructure computer emergency response team. warns that modern flight systems are vulnerable to hacking if a person manages to gain unrestricted access to an aircraft. The alert also recommends that small plane owners restrict unauthorized physical Read More …

Eurostar Resets All Customer Passwords After ‘Attempted’ Hack

The incident, which took place in mid-October, follows major breaches at several airlines — but this time around no payment details were affected Eurostar has reset all customers’ online passwords after detecting an “attempted” hack, the rail company confirmed. The Read More …