Voici la sélection des cyberattaques majeures découvertes la semaine passée.
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Les actus sélectionnées cette semaine
Major crypto hacks by Lazarus Group: Reports confirm $240M stolen since June 2023, with $31M swiped from CoinEx.
The BlackCat (ALPHV) ransomware gang now uses stolen Microsoft accounts and the recently spotted Sphynx encryptor to encrypt targets’ Azure cloud storage.
Rhysida Ransomware group added three more US hospitals to the list of victims on its Tor leak site after the PROSPECT MEDICAL attack.
Vital medical equipment was unaffected, but attackers stole and leaked lots of personal data.
Several malicious Telegram clones for Android on Google Play were installed over 60,000 times, infecting people with spyware that steals user messages, contacts lists, and other data.
Global cryptocurrency exchange CoinEX announced that someone hacked its hot wallets and stole large amounts of digital assets that were used to support the platform’s operations.
United Kingdom’s Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said earlier today that some of its employees’ personal information was impacted by a ransomware attack that hit a third-party supplier.
Microsoft says an Iranian-backed threat group has targeted thousands of organizations in the U.S. and worldwide in password spray attacks since February 2023.
The Auckland Transport (AT) transportation authority in New Zealand is dealing with a widespread outage caused by a cyber incident, impacting a wide range of customer services.
Trucking and fleet management solutions provider ORBCOMM has confirmed that a ransomware attack is causing recent service outages that prevent trucking companies from managing their fleets.
Pour Europol, la principale cybermenace au sein de l’Union européenne reste les ransomwares qui ciblent principalement les organisations.
The creator of the major cryptocurrency’s Twitter account was hacked this weekend to promote an NFT shakedown ahead of a major Ethereum update.
The ALPHV/BlackCat ransomware group claimed responsibility for the MGM Resorts cyber outage on Tuesday, according to a post by malware archive vx-underground.