cybercrime (Page 2)

Cybersecurity specialists reported the detection of a new post-exploitation framework that would allow the compromise of Microsoft Exchange servers. Identified as IceApple, this framework was developed by threat actors capableRead More →

Western countries have accused the Russian government of deploying a massive cyberattack against a satellite network just an hour before the start of the military invasion of Ukraine in orderRead More →

Alcohol producers and distributors in Russia were prevented from shipping products to their customers after a large-scale failure of the State’s Automated Alcohol Accounting Information System (EGAIS) generated by whatRead More →

Rodrigo Chaves, president of Costa Rica, confirmed the declaration of a national emergency due to the dangerous cyberattacks deployed by the Conti ransomware operation against government agencies. Recently it wasRead More →

A hacking group allegedly linked to Russian government is threatening to disrupt the proper functioning of ventilators in British hospitals after one of its alleged leaders was arrested by UKRead More →

Representatives of the Indian government announced the patching of a security issue in eHospital, its system for the management of healthcare information, which would have resulted in the exposure ofRead More →

A report by security firm CrowdStrike details the detection of a hacking campaign using containers to launch distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against critical computing infrastructure in Russia andRead More →

After issuing a Red Notice at the request of the Beijing Police, Interpol confirmed the arrest of a Chinese national allegedly in charge of a fraudulent investment scheme. The 46-year-oldRead More →

Researchers from security firm Nozomi Networks detailed the finding of a critical vulnerability residing in uClibc, a standard C library used by large enterprises around the world. This library isRead More →