Maze Ransomware Not Getting Paid, Leaks Data Left and Right

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Maze ransomware operators have infected computers from Medical Diagnostic Laboratories (MDLab) and are releasing close to 9.5GB of data stolen from infected machines. The actor also followed through with leaking another cache of files belonging to another of its victims that did not pay the ransom, Southwire wire and cable manufacturer from Carrollton, Georgia. This action… Read more »

250 Million Microsoft Customer Support Records Exposed Online

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If you have ever contacted Microsoft for support in the past 14 years, your technical query, along with some personally identifiable information might have been compromised. Microsoft today admitted a security incident that exposed nearly 250 million “Customer Service and Support” (CSS) records on the Internet due to a misconfigured server containing logs of conversations… Read more »

SNAKE Ransomware Is the Next Threat Targeting Business Networks

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Since network administrators didn’t already have enough on their plate, they now have to worry about a new ransomware called SNAKE that is targeting their networks and aiming to encrypt all of the devices connected to it. Enterprise targeting, or big-game hunting, ransomware are used by threat actors that infiltrate a business network, gather administrator credentials, and then… Read more »

Mitsubishi Electric Warns of Data Leak After Security Breach

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Mitsubishi Electric, a leading global company in the manufacture and sales of electrical and electronic products, disclosed a security breach that might have caused the leak of personal and confidential corporate information. The breach was detected almost eight months ago, on June 28, 2019, with the delay being attributed to the increased complexity of the… Read more »

JhoneRAT uses Google Drive, Twitter, ImgBB, and Google Forms to target countries in Middle East

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Researchers from Cisco Talos discovered a new Trojan named JhoneRAT that was used in targeted attacks against entities in the Middle East. A new Trojan named JhoneRAT appeared in the threat landscape, it is selectively attacking targets in the Middle East by checking keyboard layouts. The malware targets a very specific set of Arabic-speaking countries,… Read more »