Voici le rapport de veille de la semaine faisant le tour des actualités les plus intéressantes. Certaines d’entre elles seront développées dans les prochains articles. Bonne lecture et merci pour le café 😉
Cybercriminal gang FIN7 returned with a new wave of attacks aimed at deploying the Clop ransomware on victims’ networks.
Luxottica has finally confirmed the 2021 data breach that exposed the personal information of 70 million customers.
Apple says employees shouldn’t use generative AI tools including OpenAI’s AI chatbot ChatGPT. ChatGPT stores users conversations by default, leading companies to worry about data leaks.
The Lemon Group cybercrime ring has reportedly pre-installed malware known as Guerilla on almost 9 million Android devices.
A Madison, Wisconsin teen has been charged with a massive credential stuffing attack that targeted DraftKings users in November 2022.
A newly discovered bug in the open source password manager, if exploited, lets attackers retrieve a target’s master password – and proof-of-concept code is available.
In an advisory released by the company, Apple revealed patches for three previously unknown bugs it says may already have been used by attackers.
Japanese auto firm, Toyota, recently announced that a decade-long data breach in its online service has compromised information on more than 2 million vehicles
Apple, in 2022, prevented over $2 billion in fraudulent transactions and rejected 1.7 million app submissions for privacy and security violations.
Several Polish news websites were hit by distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that the government said could be the action of Russian hacking groups, the digitalisation minister was quoted as saying on Thursday.
Following in the footsteps of VPNFilter, new firmware obscures hackers’ endpoints.
The U.K. outsourcing giant is facing criticism after leaving gigabytes of files unprotected on the internet.
PharMerica has confirmed hackers accessed patient Social Security numbers and sensitive health insurance information.
Mikhail Pavlovich Matveev has been charged for his alleged role in cyberattacks against law enforcement, government agencies, hospitals, and schools.
Ci-dessous les commentaires de Shawn Surber, Senior Director TAM, et de Mellissa Bishop, Director, Endpoint Security Research chez Tanium, à propos de la nouvelle selon laquelle le groupe Smashing Pumpkins aurait payé une rançon pour éviter que leurs nouvelles chansons ne soient publiées.
Hacker groups affiliated with North Korea have stolen $721 million worth of cryptocurrency assets from Japan since 2017, the Nikkei business daily reported on Monday, citing a study by U.K. blockchain analysis provider Elliptic.
A new cybercrime outfit calling itself RA GROUP is just the latest to take advantage of leaked Babuk ransomware source code.
Keeping files that mention ‘robot rental’ may not have been the best way to cover their tracks