Evite’s data breach, stemming from an “inactive data storage file,” is only one of many breaches to be disclosed this week.
One in four underground merchants offer advanced hacking services, once reserved for APTs and well-funded organized crime gangs.
As more data is collected, shared and sold, people are growing increasingly distrustful of technology, an expert said at Infosecurity Europe Wednesday.
The attack is targeting financial regulators and embassy staff– but probably isn’t the work of an APT.
An underground marketplace is selling tens of thousands of compromised digital identities, paving the way for cybercriminals to commit online fraud.
Gnosticplayers has released about 26 million records from what he said are breaches of six new companies.
A new malware targeting point of sale systems, GlitchPOS, has been spotted on a crimeware forum.
A Sydney man is accused of selling nearly 1 million compromised accounts, for a significant profit.
U.S. and subcontinent consumers were the most affected by this week’s exposure revelations.
Threat-hunters say the breached data from the massive Equifax incident is nowhere to be found, indicating a spy job.