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It has been reported that the Bank of the West learned that their debit card tracking numbers and Personal Identification Numbers were jeopardized by skimmers installed in multiple ATMs. Reports show that although it seems as if Magecart attacks are less prevalent, they're still present.
ZLoader was an effective trojan that was used to distribute and activate payloads, such as ransomware.  It is a banking trojan that is an improvement from Zeus.
The number of stalking app attacks decreased by 39% in 2021, so it shouldn't be a reason for panic. In a survey, it was discovered that at least 30% of people believe stalking is acceptable. An app called TheTruthSpy is a popular stalking tool disguised as a parenting app that monitors your children
The fraud was perpetrated by hackers who gained access to the company's bank account and transferred the money to their accounts. The company has filed a police complaint and is investigating the matter.
Two Chennai residents were greeted with an SMS message claiming that their electricity bill was due. No one answered the number and when they called, the person on the other line asked them to pay up to 1500 to their GooglePay account.
The CPWD has received intelligence alerts about targeted attacks on its computers. Recently, the frequency of these alerts has increased. The Cyber-Physical Systems Security Committee is evaluating the root cause of security breaches and is seeking compliance reports.
The Hertzbleed Vulnerability is a serious security flaw that was discovered in April of 2014. The flaw gets its name from the fact that it affects the "heartbeat" extension of OpenSSL, which is used to keep alive the SSL/TLS connection between two systems.
The group is believed to be made up of former members of the Russian military and intelligence services, has been linked to attacks on the Ukrainian power grid, the U.S. Democratic National Committee, and the French television network TV5Monde.
Clop encrypts your data and forces the victim to pay a ransom for a key to recover it. However, the ransom can cost anywhere from $500 to $1500 in various cryptocurrencies.
MountLocker typically spreads through email attachments or infected websites. Once it's on your computer, it will scan your hard drive for files to encrypt. Once it has encrypted your files, It then displays a ransom note asking you to pay a fee (usually in Bitcoin) to get the decryption key and recover your files.