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Researchers See New Activity From Solarmarker Malware
Researchers at Cisco Talos have spotted new activity from Solarmarker, a highly modular .NET-based information stealer and key-logger. Specifically, they have reported two new...
Finland is Looking for a Broker to Sell $78 Million of Seized Bitcoin
The Finnish government is looking for a cryptocurrency broker who can sell a collection of confiscated bitcoin worth up to $78 million. The bitcoins were seized by law enforcement...
Cybercriminals Use Phony Call Centers to Spread Ransomware and Data Stealers
Fraudsters are setting up phony call centers to trick users into installing malware in an ongoing campaign, a scheme that is far more dangerous than initially thought, Microsoft...
Surge in Dark Web Ads Offering Up Corporate Network Access
Venture into the dark web, and you can find all kinds of illicit and illegal items up for sale. Drugs, hacked Paypal accounts, and fake passports are promoted like any other...
New HP Cybersecurity Report Reveals “Boom” in Hacking Tool Downloads
This past year has seen an unprecedented wave of cyberattacks, some that have caused a US gas shortage, shut down a major food supplier, and left countless businesses crippled in...
No More Ransom Saved Victims Almost €1 billion in Ransoms
In its five years of existence, the public-private initiative No More Ransom has helped victims save almost €1 billion in ransoms that they otherwise would have paid to...
How to Fix REvil Ransomware: Kaseya Releases Universal Decryptor
If you've been following recent cybersecurity news, then you're likely already aware of the $70 million ransomware attack on Kaseya. Notorious hacker group REvil set the pricey...
22-year-old Arrested for Alleged Role in Massive Twitter Hack
Spanish National Police arrested a 22-year-old in Spain on Wednesday in connection with a massive hack that compromised more than 130 accounts across Twitter. According to the...
Hundreds of Rail Ticket Machines in Northern England Still Offline Due to A Cyberattack
621 self-service rail ticket machines in more than 420 stations across Northern England are still offline following a suspected ransomware attack. According to Northern Train, a...