A group of lawmakers are proposing that victims of last month’s expansive Office of Personnel Management hack receive lifetime fraud protection and credit monitoring.
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Attackers were able to break into servers belonging to the cloud Bitcoin mining website Cloudminr.io over the weekend and harvest the site’s entire database. Now they’re looking to cash in.
A third party operator of concessions and retail services at zoos from Hawaii to Florida acknowledged this week that it was hit by a data breach earlier this year.
A new, recently uncovered operation has purportedly been mutating versions of ransomware to better avoid getting detected.
Developers at Node.js over the weekend released a critical update to the runtime environment that addresses a bug that could be used to cause denial of service attacks.
Core Security disclosed information on command-injection vulnerabilities found in a number of AirLive IP-enabled cameras after repeated attempts to disclose to the manufacturer were ignored.
Harvard University warned students of a data breach that may have exposed school network and email logins.
Pinterest recently fixed an issue in the API of its web app that could have allowed remote attackers to compromise emails and carry out session hijacking and phishing attacks.
The Office of Personnel Management announced yesterday that it is temporarily suspending the system it uses to conduct government background checks.
Authorities in six different countries worked together last week to take down a cybercrime ring which ultimately infected tens of thousands of computers with Zeus and SpyEye malware and made off with roughly $2.25 M dollars from banks in the process.