Ease the Burden with AI-Driven Threat Intelligence Reporting

June 24, 2024 at 07:30AM Cybersixgill’s threat experts highlight critical threats and the challenges faced by cybersecurity professionals in managing increasing workloads amidst limited budgets, inadequate staffing, and growing attack surfaces. The shortage of skilled professionals and the time-consuming nature of producing reports are major obstacles. Cybersixgill’s IQ Report Generator offers a solution, providing rapid, … Read more

Levi’s and more affected in pants-dropping week of data breaches

June 24, 2024 at 06:43AM Several major data breaches occurred in the US last week, including legendary denim dealer Levi’s admitting to a credential stuffing attack affecting over 72,000 customers. Additionally, the breach at debt collector Financial Business and Consumer Solutions (FBCS) has expanded to over 3.4 million affected individuals. Moreover, medical device manufacturer LivaNova … Read more

Hacker Claims Theft of 30M User Records From Australia Ticketing Company TEG

June 24, 2024 at 05:39AM Threat actors claimed to have stolen information on millions of Ticketek users after a data breach on the cloud-based platform. User account details, but not payment information, may have been compromised. The incident seems linked to the Snowflake campaign, and a hacker claimed to offer information on 30 million customers. … Read more

RedJuliett Cyber Espionage Campaign Hits 75 Taiwanese Organizations

June 24, 2024 at 04:24AM Between November 2023 and April 2024, a China-linked state-sponsored threat actor named RedJuliett conducted a cyber espionage campaign targeting government, academic, and diplomatic organizations in Taiwan. They utilized various techniques, including deploying web shells and exploiting vulnerabilities, with a focus on collecting intelligence related to Taiwan’s economic policy and diplomatic … Read more

Investigation of Russian Hack on London Hospitals May Take Weeks Amid Worries Over Online Data Dump

June 23, 2024 at 09:21PM The Russian group Qilin’s ransomware attack on London hospitals has caused ongoing cancellations of operations and appointments, impacting patient services. It is reported that patient data including names, dates of birth, and test descriptions have been published online. This attack also compromised records covering 300 million patient interactions. The National … Read more

Ratel RAT targets outdated Android phones in ransomware attacks

June 22, 2024 at 03:14PM The ‘Ratel RAT’ is an open-source Android malware widely used by cybercriminals to target outdated devices, often using ransomware to demand payment on Telegram. Check Point researchers detected over 120 campaigns using Rafel RAT, with high-profile organizations being targeted, particularly in the United States, China, and Indonesia. It’s crucial to … Read more

ExCobalt Cyber Gang Targets Russian Sectors with New GoRed Backdoor

June 22, 2024 at 07:54AM ExCobalt, a cybercrime gang, is targeting Russian organizations with a new Golang-based backdoor called GoRed. The group engages in cyber espionage, using various sophisticated tools to attack sectors like government, IT, metallurgy, and telecommunications. ExCobalt demonstrates a high level of activity, constantly improving techniques and flexibly adapting its toolset to … Read more

Warning: New Adware Campaign Targets Meta Quest App Seekers

June 22, 2024 at 07:54AM A new phishing attack targets Meta Quest (formerly Oculus) app seekers, tricking them into downloading an adware called AdsExhaust. This adware can capture screenshots, interact with browsers, and generate revenue for operators by clicking on ads. The attack also includes social engineering tactics and the use of YouTube videos to … Read more

From network security to nyet work in perpetuity: What’s up with the Kaspersky US ban?

June 22, 2024 at 04:22AM The US government banned Kaspersky Lab from selling its products and issuing updates in America, and sanctioned some of its top executives on Friday. A 12-minute video discussion on this topic, “Kettle,” features cybersecurity editor Jessica Lyons, journalists Tom Claburn, Chris Williams, and Iain Thomson. The video is available as … Read more

U.S. Treasury Sanctions 12 Kaspersky Executives Amid Software Ban

June 22, 2024 at 02:18AM The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) imposed sanctions on 12 senior leaders of Kaspersky Lab after the company was banned by the Commerce Department over national security concerns. The sanctions do not extend to the company itself or its founder. Russia has criticized the … Read more