Cybersecurity researcher Bob Dyachenko and the Cybernews team have unveiled a massive data leak, referred to as the ‘Mother of all Breaches’ (MOAB), containing 12 terabytes of information encompassing 26 billion records. This supermassive breach contains data from numerous previous breaches, including major platforms such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Adobe, Canva, Badoo, Weibo, Tencent, MySpace, Telegram, Dropbox, Daily Motion etc. making it potentially the largest-ever discovered data leak.
A new type of malware exploit has been discovered, in which hackers can gain access to Google accounts without the need for a password, according to a recent report by CloudSEK, a cyber threat monitoring platform. As per the report, this form of cyberattack leverages a vulnerability related to third-party cookies and poses a serious threat to user privacy.
The cybersecurity company Sophos has recently released two reports about the use of AI in cybercrime, which talk about how massive scam campaigns can be pulled off using generative AI like ChatGPT, and how some cyber criminals are sceptical and even concerned about using AI for their attacks.
To successfully construct a truly smart nation, governments must prioritise smart cybersecurity as a cornerstone of their digital transformation strategy.
In the face of sophisticated cyber threats like phishing, ransomware, supply chain attacks, and complex attacks that are often targeted and live, organisations can no longer afford to handle cybersecurity without the support of a trusted vendor.
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A new ransomware-as-a-service called SophosEncrypt is impersonating cybersecurity giant Sophos, using the company name for its malicious activities.
Microsoft has recently patched a total of 132 security flaws in the latest Windows update. Out of them, nine were rated 'critical' and 121 were rated 'important' in terms of their severity when the patch was first released.