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| |Inside A Ransomware Attack: From The First Breach To Encrypting A Network In Just Two Weeks 2nd Jul 2020 [7 hours ago] from ZDNet Security researchers map out how a ransomware attack plays out.
| |House Of Lords Calls For Gamer Loot Boxes To Be Regulated Under Gambling Laws 2nd Jul 2020 [9 hours ago] from ZDNet Loot boxes, skins, and other in-game purchases could come under new scrutiny in the UK.
| |Committee Hits Roadblock In Probing Commonwealth Cybersecurity Performance 2nd Jul 2020 [11 hours ago] from ZDNet Its a complex accountability tree, but theres no central mechanism allowing a transparent view of where each Commonwealth entity is at with cybersecurity.
| |Facebook Says 5,000 App Developers Got User Data After Cutoff Date 1st Jul 2020 [16 hours ago] from ZDNet A Facebook privacy mechanism blocks apps from receiving user data if users didnt use an app for 90 days. Facebook said 5,000 apps continued to receive user data regardless.
| |Connection Discovered Between Chinese Hacker Group APT15 And Defense Contractor 1st Jul 2020 [17 hours ago] from ZDNet Lookout said it linked APT15 malware to Xian Tianhe Defense Technology, a Chinese defense contractor.
| |Woolies Hit With AU$1 Million Spamming Fine 1st Jul 2020 [19 hours ago] from ZDNet ACMA issues its largest fine over five million breaches to a company that made AU$16.5 billion in sales last quarter.
| |Hacker Ransoms 23k MongoDB Databases And Threatens To Contact GDPR Authorities 1st Jul 2020 [21 hours ago] from ZDNet The hacker has attempted to ransom nearly 47% of all MongoDB databases left exposed online.
| |One Out Of Every 142 Passwords Is 123456 1st Jul 2020 [27 hours ago] from ZDNet The 123456 password was spotted 7 million times across a data trove of one billion leaked credentials, on one of the biggest password re-use studies of its kind.
| |Android Security: This Fake Message About A Missed Delivery Leads To Data-stealing Malware 1st Jul 2020 [28 hours ago] from ZDNet FakeSpy malware spreads via SMS phishing, using each infected victim to further distribute itself - and researchers say the cyber criminal operation behind it is finding a lot of success.
| |AT&T Dragged To Court, Again, Over SIM Hijacking And Cryptocurrency Theft 1st Jul 2020 [30 hours ago] from ZDNet A customer allegedly lost $1.9 million due to ATT’s handling of a number transfer request.
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