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Personal data of 1.1 million RedMart user accounts stolen in Lazada

SINGAPORE - The personal information of 1.1 million RedMart user accounts was stolen from a customer database and put up for sale on an online forum. A spokesman from e-commerce giant Lazada, which owns e-grocer Redmart, confirmed the data breach on Friday (Oct 30) and said that the personal information stolen included names, phone numbers, e-mail, mailing addresses, encrypted passwords and partial credit card numbers.

Spanish Police Arrest 2 Nuclear Power Workers for Cyberattacking the Radiation Alert System

Spanish law enforcement authorities have arrested two former employees of a nuclear power plant in connection with a cyberattack.

Cyberspies use Google Chrome extension to steal emails undetected

A North Korean-backed threat group tracked as Kimsuky is using a malicious browser extension to steal emails from Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge users reading their webmail.

Novel Malware Hijacks Facebook Business Accounts

Newly discovered malware linked to Vietnamese threat actors targets users through a LinkedIn phishing campaign to steal data and admin privileges for financial gain.

Numerous Security Bugs Found In Enabot Ebo Air Smart Robot

Exploiting the vulnerabilities could allow an adversary take over the target Enabot Ebo Air robot and spy on the user. The vendors fixed the flaws.

Multiple Security Flaws Found In Nuki Smart Locks

Nuki patched the flaws affecting its CIA, across its Smart Locks, Bridge, and other products with latest updates.

Messaging Apps Tapped as Platform for Cybercriminal Activity

Built-in Telegram and Discord services are fertile ground for storing stolen data, hosting malware and using bots for nefarious purposes.

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.

These 28+ Android Apps with 10 Million Downloads from the Play Store Contain Malware

Researchers have discovered dozens of malware-infected Android apps that have been downloaded more than 10 million times from the Google Play Store.

  Apple Released Security Updates For iOS, iPadOS, macOS, tvOS, and watchOS

Apple Watch, iPad, iPhone, and Mac users will receive the latest updates, which include a few new features and a number of bug fixes.

Popular NFT Marketplace Phished for $540M

In March, a North Korean APT siphoned blockchain gaming platform Axie Infinity of $540M.

Hack Allows Drone Takeover Via ‘ExpressLRS’ Protocol

A radio control system for drones is vulnerable to remote takeover, thanks to a weakness in the mechanism that binds transmitter and receiver.

Security warning after sale of stolen Chinese data

Public bodies are told to be on guard after hacker tries to sell data of one billion Chinese citizens.

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.

Apple's New "Lockdown Mode" Protects iPhone, iPad, and Mac Against Spyware

Apple introduces a new security feature called "Lockdown Mode" on iPhone, iPad and Mac devices to protect high-risk users from spyware attacks.

High-Severity Vulnerability Found In Amazon Photos Android App

Exploiting the Amazon Photos Android app vulnerability could allow stealing Amazon access tokens and meddle with stored data in Amazon Drive.

Google patches new Chrome zero-day flaw exploited in attacks

Google has released Chrome 103.0.5060.114 for Windows users to address a high-severity zero-day vulnerability exploited by attackers in the wild, the fourth Chrome zero-day patched in 2022.

Hacker claims to have stolen data on 1 billion Chinese citizens

An anonymous threat actor is selling several databases they claim to contain more than 22 terabytes of stolen information on roughly 1 billion Chinese citizens for 10 bitcoins (approximately $195,000).

Microsoft Defender adds network protection for Android, iOS devices

Microsoft has announced the introduction of a new Microsoft Defender for Endpoint (MDE) feature in public preview to help organizations detect weaknesses affecting Android and iOS devices in their enterprise networks.

Army's YouTube and Twitter accounts hacked

The British Army says it is investigating after videos and posts for cryptocurrency appeared on its accounts.

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