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Unknown Hackers Use New Milum RAT in WildPressure Campaign – BleepingComputer

Malware that shows no similarities with samples used in known campaigns is currently used to attack computers in various organizations. Researchers named the new threat Milum and dubbed the operation WildPressure. Several samples of Milum were discovered in the wild at the end of last summer, with the first ones …

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'My bad': Minister apologises for MyGov hack claim – The Australian Financial Review

MyGov was overloaded on Monday with more than 100,000 people trying to login at the same time. The site struggled under the pressure again on Tuesday. Forecasts suggest Australia is on track for an additional one million unemployed workers in coming months, including from shuttered pubs, restaurants, cinemas and shops. …

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Hacker attempts $10K credit card charge – Kane County Chronicle

ST. CHARLES TOWNSHIP – A resident of the 36W800 block of Red Gate Court, St. Charles Township, reported March 10, that someone tried to charge $10,000 to his credit card, but was unsuccessful, according to sheriff’s reports. The resident told deputies that someone ported his cell phone number, prompting a text …

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On The Prowl Hackers leveraging Covid-19 outbreak – Telangana Today

Hyderabad: Hackers are starting to target remote workers with scams, taking advantage of the Covid-19 outbreak. At the same time, many remote workers don’t know how to securely access enterprise tools and applications. And while criminals are moving quickly, it takes most organisations an average of up to 66 days …

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar reveals he has not used Facebook since his wife hacked his account – CricTracker

Bhuvneshwar Kumar got married to longtime sweetheart Nupur in November 2017. by CricTrackerAuthor Published – Mar 21, 2020 6:52 pm Updated – Mar 21, 2020 7:36 pm 1.1K Views Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Nupur Nagar. (Photo Source: Instagram) Bhuvneshwar Kumar made an immediate impact on his India debut in ODIs against …

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Hackers Pledge No Healthcare Attacks During Coronavirus Outbreak – Screen Rant

Known ransomware operators have confirmed that they won’t be targeting medical establishments or other important services until the coronavirus pandemic is over. This comes a week after reports of attacks by hackers that did look to take advantage of the outbreak. As the pandemic continues, this is likely to be …

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Suspected Russian hackers struck the last Olympics. Tokyo worries it could be next. – The Washington Post

The fate of the Tokyo Olympics, scheduled to begin in late July, remains in question amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Olympic flame arrived from Greece on Friday. But for cybersecurity experts, the date of the next Olympiad is less important than whether they have learned the lessons from the last …

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Pop A Wheelie With Your Electric Skateboard, The Hacker Way – Hackaday

Using a bit of tech to make up for a lack of skill is a time-honoured tradition, otherwise known as cheating among those who acquired the skill the hard way. Learning to wheelie a skateboard is usually paid for in bruises, but [blezalex] got around that by letting his electric …

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Mass move to work from home in coronavirus crisis creates opening for hackers: cyber experts – Reuters

TEL AVIV/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – As people disperse to their homes to work and study because of the coronavirus pandemic, taking their laptops and company data with them, cyber security experts say hackers will follow, seeking to take advantage and infiltrate corporations. FILE PHOTO: Two people work from home during the …

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Analysis | The Cybersecurity 202: Trump's decision to loosen rules for digital doctors visits raises hacking concerns – The Washington Post

A telemedicine video conference. (Mark Lennihan/AP) THE KEY A Trump administration decision to loosen privacy requirements for doctors treating patients over phone and video apps during the coronavirus pandemic raises the risk of hackers snooping on people’s highly personal medical information.  But even cybersecurity experts say it’s worth making this …

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