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Hanna Andersson to Pay $400K to Settle CCPA-related Class-Action Lawsuit

Hanna Andersson, U.S.-based kids wear retailer, has agreed to pay $400,000 to settle a data breach lawsuit related to the California Consumer Privacy Act...

Level-Up! Five Security Precautions for Online Gamers

The Internet is not fair. From harmful scam emails to cybercriminals trying to break into your systems, the online space is full of uncertainty....

Lazarus Strikes Again, Attacks Supply Chain in South Korea

Security researchers from ESET found cybercriminals linked to North-Korean Lazarus group targeting South Korean supply-chains. It was found that attackers exploited legitimate South Korean...

CYFIRMA’s Threat Landscape Report Reveals Interesting Trends and Threat Actors Targeting...

CYFIRMA, a Singapore-based cybersecurity firm, has released the India Threat Landscape Report 2020. The researchers at CYFIRMA have been actively observing global cyberattack trends...

REvil Ransomware Buys KPOT Malware; Adds Another Weapon to its Arsenal

Last month, operators of the infamous information-stealing malware KPOT held an online auction on a dark web forum. Interestingly, the KPOT malware auction saw...

Wroba Trojan Resurfaces, Targets U.S. Users

For the most part, Wroba Trojan activities were limited to the Asian countries. But very recently, researchers at Kaspersky Labs are seeing the mobile...

Google Delists Fraudulent Gaming Apps Spreading “HiddenAds Trojan”

Tech giant Google has removed 21 malicious Android apps from its Play Store after discovering intrusive adware and Trojans in them. According to a...

Lemon Duck Quacks Again with its Cryptocurrency-Mining Botnet

Researchers from Cisco Talos discovered a cyber campaign leveraging a multi-modular botnet to mine Monero cryptocurrency. The campaign dubbed as "Lemon Duck" uses a...

Q3 2020: COVID-19 still Top Trending

Even into the third quarter of 2020, organizations and enterprises continue to be plagued by ransomware and phishing attacks with subject lines on COVID-19....

Protect the Connected! Will IoT Ever be 100% Secure?

The National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) for the U.S., which started on October 1, continues to raise awareness on the significance of cybersecurity in...

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