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SolarWinds Hack Alarms US Spy Agencies to Inspect Software Suppliers’ Ties with Russia – E Hacking News

  US intelligence agencies have started to study supply chain threats from Russia, a top official within the Justice Department confirmed on Thursday 6th of May, in the wake of the far-reaching hacker operations that used software developed by SolarWinds as well as other suppliers.  SolarWinds Inc. is an American multinational that creates software to …

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19 petabytes of data exposed across 29,000+ unprotected databasesSecurity Affairs

CyberNews researchers found more than 29,000 unprotected databases worldwide that are still publicly accessible, leaving close to 19,000 terabytes of data exposed to anyone, including threat actors. Most organizations use databases to store sensitive information. This includes passwords, usernames, document scans, health records, bank account and credit card details, as well as other essential data, …

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Ransomware Cyber Attack Forced the Largest U.S. Fuel Pipeline to Shut Down

Ransomware Cyber Attack Forced the Largest U.S. Fuel Pipeline to Shut Down | IT Security News 9. May 2021 Colonial Pipeline, which carries 45% of the fuel consumed on the U.S. East Coast, on Saturday said it halted operations due to a ransomware attack, once again demonstrating how infrastructure is vulnerable to cyberattacks.“On May 7, the Colonial …

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Colonial Pipeline Confirms Ransomware Causing Disruptions

Critical Infrastructure Security , Cybercrime as-a-service , Fraud Management & Cybercrime Company Has Taken Systems Offline As A Precaution; Investigation Ongoing Scott Ferguson (Ferguson_Writes) • May 8, 2021     A Colonial Pipeline facility outside Birmingham, Alabama (Photo: Flickr) This is a breaking news story. Check back for additional details. See Also: Live Webinar | …

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Colonial Pipeline Confirms Ransomware Causing Disruptions

Critical Infrastructure Security , Cybercrime as-a-service , Fraud Management & Cybercrime Company Has Taken Systems Offline As A Precaution; Investigation Ongoing Scott Ferguson (Ferguson_Writes) • May 8, 2021     A Colonial Pipeline facility outside Birmingham, Alabama (Photo: Flickr) This is a breaking news story. Check back for additional details. See Also: Live Webinar | …

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Qualcomm vulnerability impacts nearly 40% of all mobile phones

A high severity security vulnerability found in Qualcomm’s Mobile Station Modem (MSM) chips (including the latest 5G-capable versions) could enable attackers to access mobile phone users’ text messages, call history, and listen in on their conversations. Qualcomm MSM is a series of 2G, 3G, 4G, and 5G capable system on chips (SoCs) used in roughly 40% …

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TsuNAME: New DNS Bug could be used to DDoS Authoritative DNS Servers

E Hacking News – Latest Hacker News and IT Security News 8. May 2021 Security researchers have found extreme domain name system (DNS) fixes that hackers may use to conduct constructive denial-of-service attacks on authoritative DNS servers. The bug they refer to as TsuNAME has been discovered by researchers from SIDN Labs and InternetNZ. The …

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