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Uber Hacker was 20-Year-Old Florida Man: Report

Uber Hacker was 20-Year-Old Florida Man: Report

Firm is said to have paid him via bug bounty program

Ransomware Takes Out North Carolina County

Ransomware Takes Out North Carolina County

Key services disrupted for over a million residents

Iranian State-Sponsored APT 34 Launches Spy Campaign with Just-Patched Microsoft Vulns

Iranian State-Sponsored APT 34 Launches Spy Campaign with Just-Patched Microsoft Vulns

An espionage campaign being carried out in the Middle East uses a vulnerability less than a week after Microsoft patched it.

State Officials Showcase Election Security Plan in US

State Officials Showcase Election Security Plan in US

The plan addresses a hot-button topic in the wake of Russian meddling in the US presidential election last year.

$64m in Bitcoin Stolen from NiceHash Mining Platform

$64m in Bitcoin Stolen from NiceHash Mining Platform

The compromise was highly professional and involved “sophisticated social engineering"—leading to the loss of 4,700 bitcoins.

UK Researchers Find Major Bank App Bug Affecting 10 Million

UK Researchers Find Major Bank App Bug Affecting 10 Million

Lack of hostname verification in popular apps could enable MITM attacks

#BHEU: Attackers and Spies Merge with Evolved Attacks

#BHEU: Attackers and Spies Merge with Evolved Attacks

Attackers and spies are merging to use tools to extort companies, using espionage and cybercrime tools.

FCA: Banks Are Under-Reporting Cyber-Attacks

FCA: Banks Are Under-Reporting Cyber-Attacks

UK regulator urges more openness for the good of the industry

RNIB Breach May Have Hit Hundreds — Report

RNIB Breach May Have Hit Hundreds — Report

Shoppers at charity’s web store hit by follow-on fraud

#BHEU: Social Engineer Shows How to Get Easy Cash

#BHEU: Social Engineer Shows How to Get Easy Cash

Crumbaugh demonstrated how to get a target to install malware, bypass anti-virus and how he won the confidence of the target

Known Vulnerabilities will Plague 2018 as Attack Surface Widens

Known Vulnerabilities will Plague 2018 as Attack Surface Widens

Increased connectivity and enlarged attack surfaces will allow cyber-criminals to leverage known issues even more.

ParseDroid Threatens All Android App Development

ParseDroid Threatens All Android App Development

Vulnerabilities in Android developer tools are putting thousands of orgs at great risk, according to Check Point.

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