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Marriott sued hours after announcing data breach

Hën, 03/12/2018 - 9:08pd
LinuxSecurity.com: Hours after announcing a data breach on Friday, two Oregon men sued international hotel chain Marriott for exposing their data. Their lawsuit was followed hours later by another one filed in the state of Maryland.

Router attack exploits UPnP and NSA malware to target PCs

Hën, 03/12/2018 - 9:01pd
LinuxSecurity.com: Researchers have found evidence that the UPnProxy router compromise uncovered earlier in 2018 is now being used to attack computers on networks connected to the same gateways.

A Dunkin' Donuts Hack, a Fake FedEx Site, and More Security News This Week

Dje, 02/12/2018 - 2:52md
LinuxSecurity.com: Marriott, you're bringing us down. On Friday, the hotel giant disclosed that up to 500 million Starwoods guests had their personal information stolen, including passport numbers for many.

Cyberwar predictions for 2019: The stakes have been raised

Dje, 02/12/2018 - 2:44md
LinuxSecurity.com: Before the internet era, geopolitical tensions drove traditional espionage, and periodically erupted into warfare. Nowadays, cyberspace not only houses a treasure-trove of commercially and politically sensitive information, but can also provide access to control systems for critical civil and military infrastructure.

Dunkin' Donuts Serves Up Data Breach Alert

Sht, 01/12/2018 - 11:12pd
LinuxSecurity.com: Dunkin' Donuts has alerted DD Perks account holders to a security incident after learning an unauthorized party accessed some of their usernames and passwords, NBC News reports.

Disorganized crime and state-backed hackers: How the cybercrime and cyberwar landscape is constantly

Sht, 01/12/2018 - 11:07pd
LinuxSecurity.com: The internet is as convenient, exciting and lucrative, as it is dangerous and dark. The web has evolved through the years and so too have the criminals that are out to harm others.

These are the worst hacks, cyberattacks, and data breaches of 2018

Pre, 30/11/2018 - 11:55pd
LinuxSecurity.com: Millions of records were lost, services were disrupted, and credit card data was stolen as hackers ran amok over the year.

Marriott says 500 million Starwood guest records stolen in massive data breach

Pre, 30/11/2018 - 11:52pd
LinuxSecurity.com: Starwood Hotels has confirmed its hotel guest database of about 500 million customers has been stolen in a data breach.

Dell suffers security breach, reset customer passwords (but didn't tell customers why until now)

Enj, 29/11/2018 - 10:46pd
LinuxSecurity.com: Computer manufacturer Dell has revealed that earlier this month it discovered that hackers had breached its security and were attempting to access customer details - including names, email addresses, and hashed passwords.

Encryption is the best way to protect payment card transaction data

Enj, 29/11/2018 - 10:44pd
LinuxSecurity.com: The PCI Security Standards Council (SSC), which drafts many payment card industry security standards, meets annually in Europe, Asia-Pacific and North America to share new standards, gather feedback from the community, and discuss the burning issues of the day. Security professionals who have to comply with PCI standards need to stay abreast of these updates.

Distributing Malware By Becoming an Admin on an Open-Source Project

Mër, 28/11/2018 - 9:30pd
LinuxSecurity.com: The module "event-steam" was infected with malware by an anonymous someone who became an admin on the project.

Pegasus gov't spyware used to target colleague of slain drug cartel journalist

Mër, 28/11/2018 - 9:26pd
LinuxSecurity.com: Following the death of an investigative journalist known for exploring the world of Mexican drug cartels, a colleague was targeted with Pegasus, a surveillance solution apparently sold to governments only for use in criminal cases.