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Threat actors claim to have compromised 600,000 accounts of social security
beneficiaries in France with La Caisse des Allocations Familiales (CAF).
The hack was disclosed earlier this week (Feb. 12) on the social media platform
X (formerly Twitter) b…
Cybersecurity experts noticed a new illicit revenue-generating activity among
North Korean hackers: building malware-laced gambling websites and selling them
to other cybercriminals.
Gambling Websites Turned Into MaaS
In other words, the activity coul…
North Korea successfully hacks email of South Korean President’s aide, gains access to sensitive information
The office of South Korean president Yoon Suk Yeol has confirmed that it
believes North Korea hacked into the emails of one of its staff members.
The hack of an unidentified member of the presidential staff’s personal email
account occurred in the run…
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unanimously passed regulation
banning telemarketers from using AI-generated voices in robocalls.
The decision, adopted Feb. 8, makes it illegal to employ voices generated using
The use of Large Language Models (LLMs), like ChatGPT has skyrocketed, infiltrating multiple facets of modern life. In today’s podcast episode, Andy and Paul Schnackenburg explore Microsoft 365 Co-Pilot and some surprising risks it can surface….
Der Beitrag Co-Pilot and Misconfigured Permissions – A Looming Threat? erschien zuerst auf Hornetsecurity.
Approximately 200,000 Facebook Marketplace user records, including email
addresses, phone numbers, and other personally identifiable information (PII),
have been leaked on a hacking forum.
Partial Facebook Marketplace Database Stolen
The threat actor …
This month, we’ve witnessed a decline in low-effort high-volume email attacks, but a rise in targeted, sophisticated assaults. FedEx, Amazon, and Facebook were prime targets for brand impersonation. The breach of Microsoft’s executive emails by the ‘Midnight Blizzard’ group highlighted OAuth application security concerns. Additionally, AnyDesk reported a breach, and Johnson Controls faced a significant ransomware attack.