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Tesla Model X Hacked from the Air by a Drone
Two German researchers demonstrated how a Tesla Model X can be hacked from the air using a drone. The researchers claim that the hack works on other Tesla models and possibly on...
Panda Malware After Cryptocurrency Wallets, VPN, Discord and Telegram Accounts
Security researchers recently spotted a new type of information-stealing malware strain, dubbed Panda Stealer. The malware is mainly distributed via spam emails in the US,...
Student’s Download of ‘Crack’ Software Leads to Ransomware Attack on EU Research Institute
A student hunting down a free version of a data visualization tool downloaded a pirated version instead. A couple of weeks later, the company network of the research institute he...
Cyberattack Paralyzes a Major US Fuel Pipeline
The Colonial Pipeline, the largest refined products pipeline in the US has been shut down following a cyberattack. This main fuel artery stretches all the way from the Gulf of...
Belnet Hackers Used 257,000 IP Addresses From 29 Countries
Tuesday’s cyberattack that brought down multiple Belgian websites belonging to governmental and academic institutions made use of 257,000 IP addresses from 29 countries. This is...
Avaddon Malware Gang Attacks Platinum Telstra Partner
Melbourne-based Schepisi Communications fell victim to a massive cyberattack. The company’s website has been offline for days. Hackers infiltrated the company’s data systems....
Almost 2 Million Cloud Based-Database Servers Exposed
Several studies have found that the number one cause of cloud-based database servers being left exposed online is misconfiguration. The main cause of misconfigurations is the...
Password Manager Passwordstate Update Infects Users with Malware
Unknown perpetrators managed to compromise an update of corporate password manager Passwordstate. They injected the update with a type of malware, called Moserpass, and thus...
Hackers Lure in Millions of Victims Through Malware Ridden Advertisements
Over the past year, a malvertising group called Tag Barnakle have compromised over 120 ad servers. They sneakily injected malicious code to be able to display fake ads to millions...