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S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 Dev Builds Leaked Online
Leaked S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 dev builds have surfaced online, leaving users to wonder
if it was somehow related to the GSC Game World security incident a couple of
months ago or if it’s another issue entirely.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R 2 is a game developed by GSC Game…
SAS Airlines hit by $3 million ransom demand following DDoS attacks
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has received a US $3 million ransom demand following
a prolonged campaign of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against its
As Cybernews reports
‘Gravity Forms’ WordPress Plugin Found Vulnerable to PHP Object Injection
Gravity Forms, a popular WordPress plugin, has been found vulnerable to
unauthenticated PHP Object Injection attacks.
The plugin is deployed on nearly a million websites worldwide, enabling users to
quickly generate custom forms, such as those used fo…
Hacked DJ’s Twitter account costs cryptocurrency investors $170,000
I know this will come as a shock to many of you, but scammers have once again
succeeded in stealing a lot of money from cryptocurrency investors.
The Twitter account of American DJ and electronic music producer Steve Aoki, who
is considered something …
Parents’ guide: Dangers of music streaming apps for kids
YouTube, Spotify, Pandora and Apple Music are just a few of the popular music
streaming platforms used by hundreds of people worldwide, including kids.
Music plays an important role in our wellbeing, and exposing kids to song during
their development …
New York Fines Sports Warehouse After Attackers Steal 20 Years’ Worth of Credit Card Data
The State of New York fined online retailer Sports Warehouse after a massive
data breach exposed information on more than a million US citizens.
Data breaches are common nowadays, often prompted by an unsecured database,
employee negligence or another…
Attacks Using the Newly Released .ZIP Domain Showcased by Researcher
Following Google’s decision to offer a new wave of eight top-level domains
(TLDs), including .zip, a security researcher showed how attackers could use
this domain in a phishing scheme.
The TLDs Google made available are .dad, .phd, .prof, .esq, .foo,…
New York’s Suffolk County Spends $16.4 Million to Recover from Ransomware Attack
Sources familiar with the effects of last year’s ransomware attack on Suffolk
County in the state of New York say the incident has forced government officials
to spend in excess of $16 million on recovery efforts.
Hackers initially penetrated Suffolk’…