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Australia: How to find out if you are involved in an unpublicized data breach
Personal details of millions of Australians have been compromised in breaches
lately. In fact, in the last quarter of 2022, Australia suffered more data
FBI, CISA Issue LockBit 3.0 Ransomware Security Advisory
The FBI and two other US government agencies recently released a security
advisory analyzing LockBit 3.0’s infamous ransomware operation as part of an
ongoing #StopRansomware campaign.
The FBI jointly released the advisory with the Cybersecurity and I…
‘Just setting up my twttr’: 17 years of microblogging, misinformation and privacy risks
The microblogging platform Twitter, a child of the creative minds of four tech
graduates in San Francisco, California, has emerged as a social media force of
Since its humble beginnings on March 21, 2006, Twitter has seen it all, grow…
Silicon Valley Bank-Related Domains Are Already Being Reserved in Preparation for Possible Attacks
Scammers have already started taking advantage of Silicon Valley Bank’s
bankruptcy to trick people into believing they’ve also been exposed to financial
All significant events trigger waves of spam, particularly when criminals can
capitalize on …
Hackers Breach Australia’s Latitude Financial, Making off with 300,000 Customer Records, Including Drivers’ Licenses
Australia’s Latitude Financial has had a run-in with hackers, resulting in the
theft of more than 300,000 customer records, including drivers’ licenses.
Latitude is a financial services company with headquarters in Melbourne,
Victoria, which does busi…
Everything You Need to Know About Geoblocking
Geoblocking is the practice of denying access to certain websites and services
to users from specific locations, usually based on the user’s IP address or
The reasons for these restrictions can include copyright protection, political
Security Alert: Severe security vulnerability discovered in Microsoft Outlook — CVE-2023-23397
Der Beitrag Security Alert: Severe security vulnerability discovered in Microsoft Outlook — CVE-2023-23397 erschien zuerst auf Hornetsecurity.
Security Alert: Microsoft Outlook Vulnerability
Der Beitrag Security Alert: Microsoft Outlook Vulnerability erschien zuerst auf Hornetsecurity.