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Logistics giant CMA CGM goes offline to block malware attack

CMA CGM S.A., a French maritime transport and logistics giant, today disclosed a malware attack affecting some servers on the edge of its network.

LinkedIn denies reports of a data breach involving over 500 million users

Last night, LinkedIn published a blog post denying that there was a data breach. The company said that hackers scraped data from a number of websites as well as from publicly viewable member data.

Over 600,000 stolen credit cards leaked after Swarmshop hack

The hacking spree targeting underground marketplaces has claimed another victim as a database from card shop Swarmshop emerged on another forum. According to Group-IB, the Swarmshop dump includes details from 623,036 payment cards issued by banks in the U.S., Canada, U.K., China, Singapore, France, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, and Mexico.

Pets' names used as passwords by millions, Time to use a Password Manager.

Millions of British people are using their pet's name as their online password, despite it being an easy target for hackers, a survey has found. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) said 15% of the population used pets' names, 14% use a family member's name, and 13% pick a notable date. And 6% of people are still using "password" as all - or a part - of their password.

533 million Facebook users’ phone numbers leaked on hacker forum

The mobile phone numbers and other personal information for approximately 533 million Facebook users worldwide has been leaked on a popular hacker forum for free.

Call of Duty Cheats Expose Gamers to Takeover

Activision is warning that cyberattackers are disguising malware — a remote-access trojan (RAT) — in cheat programs.

DuckDuckGo Offers Privacy Better Than Just Browser Tracking Protection

While browser tracking protection blocks trackers after they are loaded, DuckDuckGo extension blocks trackers from loading right away.

Don't Share Your COVID-19 Vaccine Card on Social Media

FBI are advising the public to be aware of individuals selling fake COVID-19 vaccination record cards and encouraging others to print fake cards at home.

Ubiquiti cyberattack may be far worse than originally disclosed

The data breach report from Ubiquiti in January is allegedly a cover-up of a massive incident that put at risk customer data and devices deployed on corporate and home networks.

Google, Apple Both Track Mobile Telemetry Data, Despite Users Opting Out

Google’s Pixel and Apple’s iPhone both in privacy hot seat for siphoning mobile device data without consent.

'We have your porn collection': The rise of extortionware

Hacked firm's IT Manager named and shamed by hackers in extortion technique.

New Advanced Android Malware Poses as System Update

Zimperium zLabs researchers revealed unsecured cloud configurations exposing information in thousands of legitimate iOS and Android apps.

Apple fixes iOS zero-day vulnerability exploited in the wild

Apple has released security updates today to address an iOS zero-day bug actively exploited in the wild and affecting iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple Watch devices.

Microsoft releases Windows 10 SSU to fix security update issue

Microsoft has released the Windows 10 1909 KB5000850 cumulative update preview and a new KB5001205 Servicing Stack Update that resolves a Secure Boot vulnerability.

Insurance Giant CNA Hit with Novel Ransomware Attack

The incident, which forced the company to disconnect its systems, caused significant business disruption.

Trivial SMS Exploit Allows A Hacker To Takeover Phone Numbers

By signing-up to any SMS marketing service, an attacker can takeover target phone numbers whilst rerouting all messages to its own.

Cisco Plugs Security Hole in Small Business Routers

The Cisco security vulnerability exists in the RV132W ADSL2+ Wireless-N VPN Routers and RV134W VDSL2 Wireless-AC VPN Routers.

TikTok will force you to see personalized ads from April 15

TikTok is planning on stopping you from avoiding personalized ads on its mobile app starting next month as it seeks to align its advertising policy with those of Facebook, Instagram, and more firms.

Google to Face Lawsuit Over Tracking Users in 'Incognito' Mode

A judge in the US has directed Google to face a class-action lawsuit seeking $5 billion, that claimed the tech giant is tracking and collecting data even when people use 'Incognito' mode

Apple May Start Delivering Security Patches Separately From Other OS Updates

iOS Beta Code Suggests Apple May Soon Start Delivering Security Patches Separately From Other OS Updates

Here's why Teams, Xbox Live, Office 365, and more went down this week

Microsoft published a preliminary root cause analysis about the major Azure outage earlier this week. The outage affected hundreds of millions of people as it caused Teams, Office 365, Xbox Live, and other Microsoft services to go down.

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