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U.S. Offers $10 Million Reward for Information on North Korean Hackers

U.S. State Department has announced rewards of up to $10 million for information that could help disrupt North Korean hackers.

Did hackers start this steel factory fire in Iran?

Experts are asking who is behind hacking group Predatory Sparrow, which says it started a fire in an Iranian steel factory.

Leaky Access Tokens Exposed Amazon Photos of Users

Hackers with Amazon users’ authentication tokens could’ve stolen or encrypted personal photos and documents.

Microsoft Blocks Iran-linked Lebanese Hackers Targeting Israeli Companies

Microsoft Blocks Iran-linked Lebanese Hackers Targeting Israeli Companies

U.S. Warns Against North Korean Hackers Posing as IT Freelancers

U.S. warns that highly skilled North Korean software and mobile app developers are posing as "non-DPRK nationals" in a bid to land freelancing.

Lapsus$ bypassed T-Mobile's defenses and stole its source code but user data is untouched

Some of the Lapsus$ group's members may have been arrested, but the hackers managed to sneak inside T-Mobile servers and stole the company's source code to perform SIM swap attacks for ransomware.

Facebook Blocked Russia and Belarus Hackers Targeting Ukraine

UNC788 was the hacking group behind many cyber espionage activities. These hackers were responsible for tricking many people to reveal their PII about their devices and accounts. The hackers use the following TTPs (Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures)

Russian vigilante hacker: 'I want to help beat Ukraine from my computer'

A group of "patriotic" Russian hackers say they revel in causing chaos with cyber-attacks on Ukraine.

NFT Collector 'ILovePonzi' Loses Valuable Ape NFTs to Hackers, Is Upset

A Twitter user with the handle 'ILovePonzi' said hackers stole eleven of his NFTs, and then sold them for around $700,000.

Hackers say they encrypted Belarusian Railway servers in protest

A group of hackers (known as Belarusian Cyber-Partisans) claim they breached and encrypted servers belonging to the Belarusian Railway, Belarus's national state-owned railway company.

Google Caught Hackers Using a Mac Zero-Day Against Hong Kong Users

"The nature of the activity and targeting is consistent with a government backed actor," the Google researchers say.

WinRAR Trial Version Bug Let Hackers Execute Arbitrary Code on Windows

A critical vulnerability that exists in the WinRAR file archiver has been detected recently by the security expert of Positive Technologies,

Hackers rob thousands of Coinbase customers using MFA flaw

Crypto exchange Coinbase disclosed that a threat actor stole cryptocurrency from 6,000 customers after using a vulnerability to bypass the company's SMS multi-factor authentication security feature.

How Hackers Break Two-Factor Authentication Security

The latest findings state that more than 80% of all hacking-related breaches happen due to compromised and weak credentials, with three billion username/password combinations stolen in 2016 alone.

Hackers Leaked 751GB Source Code Data of EA Games Including FIFA 21

Hackers claimed to have gained access to the data after buying authentication cookies for an EA internal Slack channel from a dark web marketplace called Genesis.

Crackonosh: How hackers are using gamers to become crypto-rich

Crackonosh malware, which mines for cryptocurrency, is being hidden in free versions of popular games.

Microsoft Edge Bug Could've Let Hackers Steal Your Secrets for Any Site

Hackers could have stolen your secrets for any site through a Microsoft Edge bug

Hackers Exploit Post-COVID Return to Offices

Spoofed CIO ‘pandemic guideline’ emails being used to steal credentials.

Air India says data on 4.5 million passengers stolen, South Asia News

South Asia News -MUMBAI (AFP) - Hackers have stolen data on about 4.5 million Air India passengers around the world in the latest breach reported by a major airline.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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