BlackMatter, a new ransomware group, claims link to DarkSide, REvil - BlackMatter is only one of a handful of new ransomware variants that started its operations not long ago.
The Olympics: a timeline of scams, hacks, and malware - We look at a history of malware, hacks, phishes, bogus mobile apps, and more targeting the Olympic Games going back to 1996
UDP Technology IP Camera firmware vulnerabilities allow for attacker to achieve root - Researchers found 11 vulnerabilities in IP camera firmware, but the vendor refused to work with them. As a result users are left wondering whether their camera's can be taken over remotely.
Kaseya Unitrends has unpatched vulnerabilities that could help attackers expand a breach - Kaseya Unitrends, another service offered by Kaseya, includes a newly-discovered vulnerability. It's not as bad as Kaseya VSA's flaws.
The Clubhouse database “breach” is likely a non-breach. Here’s why. - 3.8 billion phone numbers were reportedly leaked from Clubhouse's secret database. They're just random numbers though.
OSX.XLoader hides little except its main purpose: What we learned in the installation process - We dig into OSX.XLoader, also known as X Loader, which is the latest threat to macOS that bears some similarities to novice malware.
A week in security (July 19 – July 25) - A roundup of the previous week's breaking information security news and happenings, dated July 19 through July 25.
AvosLocker enters the ransomware scene, asks for partners - We examine AvosLocker, a new ransomware aiming to grow into the coveted big game hunting space.
CNA legal filings lift the curtain on a Phoenix CryptoLocker ransomware attack - According to CNA, the attack started when an employee downloaded a fake browser from a legitimate website.

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