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Pakistan-linked Hackers Targeted Government and Energy Firms in South and Central Asia Regions

A Pakistan-linked threat actor has been striking government and energy organizations in the South and Central Asia regions to deploy a trojan on compromised Windows systems, according to new research.

Arrested Clop gang members laundered over $500M in ransomware payments

The members of the Cl0p ransomware gang that were arrested in Ukraine as part of an international law enforcement action also operated money laundering services for multiple cybercrime groups.

New GoLang-based ChaChi Trojan Used as Part of Ransomware Campaigns Against US Schools

The research team from BlackBerry Threat Research and Intelligence said on Wednesday that the malware, dubbed ChaChi, is also being used as a key component in launching ransomware attacks.

Hackers leak 260,000 accounts from Pakistani music streaming site Patari, a Pakistani music streaming site has suffered a data breach in which its database containing personal data and login credentials of over 257,000 users has been leaked on hacker forums.

Fashion Firm French Connection Suffers Breach of Internal Data Due to REvil-linked Ransomware Attack

French Connection has become the latest victim of ransomware, with a gang understood to be linked to REvil having penetrated its back-end - making off with a selection of private internal data.

Ursnif Leverages Cerberus Android Malware to Automate Fraudulent Bank Transfers in Italy

Once infected by Ursnif and upon attempting to access their banking account, victims are advised that they won’t be able to continue to use their bank’s services without downloading a security app.

VMs Help Ransomware Attackers Evade Detection, but It's Uncommon

While effective in hiding ransomware activity, the tactic of using virtual machines is more complex than a traditional ransomware attack and may hamper the attackers' efforts.

Researchers Discover New DNS Name Server Hijack Attack That Exposes Businesses, Government Agencies

Researchers found a novel class of DNS vulnerabilities in AWS Route53 and other DNS-as-a-service offerings that leak sensitive information on corporate and government customers.

Global Surge in Ransomware Attacks: To pay or not to pay is not the only question - Check Point Software

The number of ransomware attacks is growing for a simple reason, hackers are getting paid. The willingness to pay creates a dangerous loop and increases the motivation of attackers.

Cyberattack at IT Service Provider InfoSolutions Impacts Swedish COVID-19 Testing Lab

Even though the motive behind the breach is not clear, local media reports that it is suspected to be a warning shot from hackers as the little noticeable damage has yet to come out from the breach.

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