Check Point, which bills itself as the leader in cybersecurity solutions, has been breached. Data records of over 5k ZoneAlarm forum users have been hacked.
Presently, the world of black hat forums appears to be engulfed in a series of cyberattacks. According to a Telegram channel, on 18th June 2019 it was reported that three leading black hat hacking forums were reportedly exploited, affecting an aggregate of over 260,000 hackers. From the disclosed data, it appears as though the creator of the aforementioned Telegram Channel has access to certain Ukrainian police files which may have led to the leak.
This entire episode coincides with the closure of the Ukrainian dark web hosting company, Whost. Although this dark web hosting company run by one Mikhail Rytikov might seem illegal to the rest of the world, but is a legitimate entity in Ukraine.
The internet helps us keep our general knowledge in check and ensures our productivity can get a small boost on an everyday basis. But it can be exploited by anyone who has at least minimal hacking skills through DOS and DDoS attacks. So, let's see what it is and how to prevent it.
So, you start out your Enterprise business, but a couple of days later your domain gets featured on news feeds and most of the users’ data have been compromised with. Let’s look holistically how and what happened and what you can do to overcome these. First things first, what actually is a Data Breach?
Several major US cities have been the victim of ransomware attacks recently. In most of the cases, the target of the attack were government organisations. And the latest addition to that list is Baltimore - the city housing the headquarters of the NSA.
Data Hacking news: Lolzteam.net, a community meant for Russian Hackers to network has been in the spotlight because data hack breach. Leaks data reveals the email ids, phone numbers, time zone, and activity details of over 405,000 community members.
Canva data breach Information: In a recent disclosure, company has revealed that the personal data of over 139 million users has been compromised and leaked on the dark web. Canva stated that on 24th May 2019, it realized that the personal details such as email ids and passwords of its users were stolen.
Over nine and a half thousand sites had a supposed data leakage; 9548 urls with their admin login/password were leaked. A lot of them are cPanel - a popular web-based hosting control panel.
The number of Supply Chain Attacks has considerably increased over the past couple of years. Recently, Forbes’ subscription page, Picreel, and Cloud CMS have been suffered of a security breach by Magecart — all in less than a week’s time.
Your Netflix passwords are stored on the servers of Netflix. So, while all the engineers work hard to provide a very secure service to their customers, a laxity here and there might lead to breach of data privacy. And it happened.