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Lazarus Hacking Group Strikes Again Using New Malware Variant “MATA”

Threat intelligence team at Kaspersky warned about a new malware campaign linked to the infamous North Korean Lazarus hacking group. Dubbed as “MATA,” the...

Stalk or Spy? Global Use of Stalkerware Apps Rise Amid COVID-19...

COVID-19 has not only impacted global physical health, but also cyber health. The constant fixation on the Internet is indicative of the stalking behavior,...

4 in 10 Organizations Struggle with SOC Staff Shortages: Report

A recent survey from the security management provider Exabeam revealed that 82% of security operations centers (SOCs) are confident to detect potential cyberthreats. According...

Over 100,000 Security Cameras in U.K. Are Hackable: Report

New research from consumer advocacy organization Which? revealed that more than 100,000 wireless security cameras installed in U.K. homes and businesses are vulnerable to...

Cybercriminals Attacked Unsecured Databases 18 Times Per Day

Every minute is an opportunity for threat actors when they found a server left online unsecured. A latest security experiment by Comparitech led by...

Hackers Exploit Android Vulnerability Via Malicious Apps

Researchers from cybersecurity firm Trend Micro revealed that they’ve discovered three malicious apps on Google Play, which are designed to compromise victim’s devices and...

Hackers Prefer iPhones and Instagram Accounts: Study

A recent study from a U.K.-based firm Case24.com revealed that hackers are more likely to target Instagram accounts and Apple iPhones than other devices....

New Ransomware “Zeppelin” Targets High Profiles in Canada and Europe

Security researchers stated that cybercriminals have created a new ransomware variant titled “Zeppelin” to target healthcare and IT companies in the U.S., Canada, and...

The Next-Gen Attackers (and What Attacks Will Look Like in Future)

By Benjamin Donnelly Let me be clear.  The types of hackers that we’ve been seeing have rapidly changed in the past five or so years. ...

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