Hacker finds copy of TSA no-fly list on exposed cloud storage

A copy of the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s “no-fly list” has been found by a Swiss hacker exposed on the open internet in yet another case of misconfigured cloud storage. First reported by The Daily Dot, the exposure of the Read More …

U.S. Federal Aviation Administration says flight personnel alert system not processing updates after outage

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) system that alerts pilots and other flight personnel about hazards or any changes to airport facility services and relevant procedures was not processing updated information, the civil aviation regulator’s website showed on Wednesday. In Read More …

LockBit ransomware claims attack on Port of Lisbon in Portugal

A cyberattack hitting the Port of Lisbon Administration (APL), the third-largest port in Portugal, on Christmas day, has been claimed by the LockBit ransomware gang. The Port of Lisbon is part of the critical infrastructure in Portugal’s capital city, being Read More …

Eurozone plans to formalize passenger data, improve security

The European Commission last week proposed rules governing the use of Advance Passenger Information in a bid to strengthen border security. As commissioner for home affairs Ylva Johansson explained during a press conference, travel in and out of the Schengen Read More …

Uber suffers new data breach after attack on vendor, info leaked online

Uber shared further information with BleepingComputer on how its data was stolen in a breach on Teqtivity, which provides asset management and tracking services for the company. Uber has suffered a new data breach after a threat actor leaked employee Read More …

Cybersecurity laws to be updated to boost UK protection from cyber attacks

The UK’s cybersecurity laws will be updated to require outsourced IT providers to meet security standards as part of efforts to better protect supply chains, the Government has announced. The Network and Information Systems (NIS) Regulations will be updated so Read More …

Shocker: EV charging infrastructure is seriously insecure

If you’ve noticed car charging stations showing up in your area, congratulations! You’re part of a growing network of systems so poorly secured they could one day be used to destabilize entire electrical grids, and which contain enough security issues Read More …

Whoosh confirms data breach after hackers sell 7.2M user records

The Russian scooter-sharing service Whoosh has confirmed a data breach after hackers started to sell a database containing the details of 7.2 million customers on a hacking forum. Whoosh is Russia’s leading urban mobility service platform, operating in 40 cities Read More …