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Hackers Attack Database of India’s COVID-19 Patients and Potential Suspects

Kerala, one of the worst-hit states in India’s COVID-19 crisis, reported five positive cases from Aythala in Ranni-Pazhavangady panchayat. The database of all the...

Unidentified Database Exposes 800 GB of Americans’ Personal Records

A report from CyberNews revealed the discovery of an unsecured database comprising of over 800 GB of personal records  of more than 200 million...

83% of Healthcare Devices at Security Risk Due to COVID-19 Outbreak

Most healthcare organizations in the U.S. are running their medical devices on outdated software and operating systems, leaving them vulnerable to cyberattacks. According to...

Ultrasonic Waves Used to Launch Surfing Attacks on Smartphones

This might be a disturbing news for those who highly rely on smart devices. A group of researchers at the Washington University discovered a...

Japan Confirms Defense Data Breach After Cyberattack on Mitsubishi Electric

The Japan Ministry of Defense recently announced that defense-related sensitive data may have been breached after the cyberattack on Mitsubishi Electric Corp., a major...

OurMine Group Hacks Facebook’s Official Twitter and Instagram Accounts

The social media accounts of social networking and technology giant Facebook were temporarily compromised by a hacking group named OurMine. The incident came to...

Hanna Andersson Hacked; Customer Credit Card Details Compromised

U.S. kids' wear brand Hanna Anderson’s online purchase platform was hacked during the holiday season of December 2019. The attackers stole the credit card...

Hacker Leaks More Than 500,000 Telnet Credentials

As reported by ZDNet, a hacker who seems to be a DDoS-for-hire (DDoS booter) service operator, has published a massive list of 515,000 Telnet...

Phishing Scam Affects Texas-Based School District

The Manor Independent School District (MISD) in Texas is facing a loss of US$2.3 million after falling victim to a phishing attack. The phishing...

“Cable Haunt” Vulnerability Exposes 200 Million Modem Cables to MITM Attacks

A security vulnerability named “Cable Haunt,” in Broadcom's cable modem, exposed around 200 million home broadband gateways in Europe, to remote hijacking attacks. The flaw,...

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