Cybercriminals have put up for sale on a popular hacker forum a massive set comprising records of 750 million people from India, customers of several telecom service providers in the country. The seller, a member of the so-called ‘Cybo Crew’ claimed to hold 1.8 terabytes of data containing full names, mobile numbers, physical addresses, and … The post Database With Info on 750 . . .
A supermassive data leak comprising 26 billion records, dubbed the “mother of all breaches” (MOAB), has been discovered, and many media outlets are touting it as a historic finding that should be a wake-up call for regulators, especially in the U.S. However, the truth is that the news is overblown. The MOAB data is most … The post Why You Shouldn’t Be Worried About MOAB, the . . .
Security researcher ‘Mobile Hacker’ has demoed a zero-click attack that leverages recently disclosed Bluetooth vulnerabilities to install a Metasploit payload on unpatched devices. For the demonstration, the researcher used proof-of-concept (PoC) exploitation scripts released by Marc Newlin earlier this month, which are publicly available via GitHub. The scripts leverage the . . .
The account holders of roughly 71 million emails received a notice of password breach by alerting service Have I Been Pwned (HIBP), after the platform added a massive dataset confirmed to have been exposed online. The dataset comes from Naz.API, a humongous collection of compromised credentials allegedly containing a billion accounts, which was circulated among … The post 71 . . .
A system log file on iOS devices like the Apple iPhone can help users determine if their devices have been infected by spyware like the Pegasus or other strains. In a report published today, Kaspersky explains that the particular log file, named ‘Shutdown.log,’ stores entries for every reboot, documenting any processes that prevent normal rebooting. … The post Kaspersky Shares . . .