Swiss exhibitions organizer MCH Group hit by cyberattack

Swiss events organizer and marketing company MCH Group was hit by a malware attack on Wednesday (October 20). The firm says it is working to get systems up and running again.

Scraped Profile Data of 2.6 Million Instagram and TikTok Users Exposed by Unsecured Server at IGBlade

Security researchers have discovered over two million social media user profiles scraped from the internet after they were unwittingly exposed online by an analytics firm, Infosecurity can reveal.

AvosLocker Ransomware Allegedly Stole Senstive Files from Gigabyte

The AvosLocker ransomware gang is claiming that it breached Gigabyte and has leaked a sample of what it claims are files stolen from the Taiwanese company’s network. It’s offering to sell the rest.

NHS Digital sends infosec breakfast chat mails, CC: All

NHS Digital has suffered a classic email leak by dispatching not four emails concerning an infosec breakfast briefing, each time copying the entirety of the invite list in on the messages.

Customer services firm Atento hit by cyberattack

Business process outsourcing and customer relationship management multinational Atento has been hit by a cyberattack, with the greatest impact seen in Brazil, its largest operation in Latin America.

High-Profile YouTube Creators’ Accounts Hijacked Using Cookie-Stealing Malware

Attackers send YouTube creators an email that appears to be from a real service—like a VPN, photo editing app, or antivirus offering. They propose to collaborate on a standard promotional arrangement.

US Candy Corn Producer Became Latest Ransomware Victim in the Food Sector

Ferrara Candy, the maker of SweeTarts, Nerds, Redhots, Lemonheads, Pixy Stix and Everlasting Gobstoppers, has been able to resume production only in some of the affected facilities.

Hackers breached UMass Memorial's emails for 5+ months, affecting 3,000+ patients

UMass Memorial Health began notifying 3,099 patients that hackers breached employee email accounts, according to data the organization shared with the Maine attorney general's office on October 15.

Centre for Computing History apologises for data breach

The Centre for Computing History (CCH) in Cambridge, England, has apologised for an "embarrassing" breach in its online customer datafile, though thankfully no payment card information was exposed.

VPN Provider's Misconfiguration Exposes One Million Users

The 100GB trove found by the researchers contained 500 million records, including PII on one million users and system data on 300,000 customers. WizCase said that the server has yet to be secured.

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