The surge of fake COVID-19 test results, vaccines and vaccination certificates on the Dark Web

Threat actors are offering fake COVID-19 test results and vaccination certificates in blackmarkets and hacking forums on the Dark Web. While vaccination campaigns go ahead with different speeds in many countries multiple threat actors on the Dark Web started offering fake COVID-19 test results and vaccination certificates. Multiple research teams, including mine, are monitoring these […]

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2021-03-25T11:15:53-04:00March 25th, 2021|Latest Cyber Attacks, Malware|

Dutch Research Council (NWO) confirms DoppelPaymer ransomware attack

Dutch Research Council (NWO) confirmed that the recent cyberattack that forced it to take its servers offline was caused by the DoppelPaymer ransomware gang. On February 14, Dutch Research Council (NWO) was hit by a cyber attack that compromised its network and impacted its operations. In response to the incident, the Dutch Research Council (NWO) […]

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2021-02-26T18:09:32-05:00February 26th, 2021|Latest Cyber Attacks, Malware|

Airplane manufacturer Bombardier has disclosed a security breach, data leaked online

Hackers posted data stolen from manufacturer of business jets Bombardier on Clop ransomware leak site following alleged FTA hack. Hackers exploited vulnerabilities in Accellion FTA file-sharing legacy servers to steal data from the airplane maker Bombardier and leak data on the site operated by the Clop ransomware gang. The wave of attacks exploiting multiple zero-day […]

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2021-02-26T18:09:31-05:00February 24th, 2021|Latest Cyber Attacks, Malware|

How much is your info worth on the Dark Web? For Americans, it’s just $8

Personal information from US citizens found on the Dark Web—ranging from Social Security numbers, stolen credit card numbers, hacked PayPal accounts, and more—is worth just $8 on average, according to a new report from tech research firm Comparitech. Researchers pored through the prices of personal data and information—called "fullz" by those searching for "full credentials"—that are available for sale on nearly 50 [...]

2021-02-26T18:09:30-05:00February 8th, 2021|Passwords, Privacy, Web Security|
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