A newly discovered cyberespionage group has been targeting hotels worldwide around the world since at least 2019, as well as higher-profile targets such as governments, international organizations, law firms, and engineering companies. Slovakian internet security firm ESET spotted the hacking group and described it as an "Advanced persistent threat."
Almost 79,400 MyRepublic mobile subscribers have been caught up in a data breach that exposed a range of personal information, the company has confirmed. The intrusion in question was aimed at a third-party data storage platform used to store the personal data of MyRepublic's mobile customers, the firm noted, in a Friday website notice.
MyRepublic Singapore has disclosed a data breach exposing the personal information of approximately 80,000 mobile subscribers. MyRepublic an Asia-Pacific telecommunications carrier and Internet service provider with operations in Singapore, New Zealand, and Australia.
The person who reformatted the Guntrader hack data as a Google Earth-compatible CSV has said they are prepared to go to prison - while denying their actions amounted to a criminal offence. The pseudonymous person spoke to The Register by email late last week after dumping the personal data of 111,000 UK firearm and shotgun certificate owners online in a CSV formatted for ease of importing into Google Earth, pinpointing gun owners' homes.
The maintainers of Jenkins-a popular open-source automation server software-have disclosed a security breach after unidentified threat actors gained access to one of their servers by exploiting a recently disclosed vulnerability in Atlassian Confluence service to install a cryptocurrency miner. The "Successful attack," which is believed to have occurred last week, was mounted against its Confluence service that had been deprecated since October 2019, leading the team to take the server offline, rotate privileged credentials, and reset passwords for developer accounts.
Robert Chesney wrote up the Solar Winds story as a case study, and it’s a really good summary.
Image: Kabiur Rahman Riyad. SAC Wireless, a US-based Nokia subsidiary, has disclosed a data breach following a ransomware attack where Conti operators were able to successfully breach its network, steal data, and encrypt systems. Attack detected after Conti ransomware encrypted systems.
The T-Mobile data breach keeps getting worse as an update to their investigation now reveals that cyberattack exposed over 54 million individuals' data. The hacker said that the stolen database contains the data for approximately 100 million T-Mobile customers.
AT&T says that they did not suffer a data breach after a well-known threat actor claimed to be selling a database containing the personal information of 70 million customers. The hacker states that they are willing to sell it immediately for $1 million.