Earlier this morning the verified Twitter accounts belonging to Target & Google G Suite were hacked and used to spread a Bitcoin scam.
Earlier this week a Venezuelan hacker going by the name of RatAttack 2.0 claimed responsibility for a hack of Cuba’s Financial Management of the State, leaking system/server vulnerabilities online.
For the second time in less than a year, an EU/GDPR plugin has compromised the security of WordPress owners simply trying to follow the law – lets hope it doesn’t become a much larger trend.
Earlier this week the emails and login credentials tied to over 3,000 Spotify accounts were hacked and leaked online in two separate instances.
In a string of 4 separate leaks across 11 days, the login information to 370 NordVPN customer accounts was hacked/leaked online. Nord says company itself was never breached, the information came from other external online databases.
The servers belonging to the IronChat encrypted chat service were raided/seized by Dutch police yesterday, opening the door towards widespread international criminal investigations in the future.
Pro-Israeli hackers claim to have hacked and leaked the administration credentials tied to two banking institutions in the United Arab Emirates and India.
In conjunction with #OpISIS, Ghost Squad Hackers have released the IP Address, phone number, call logs and contact lists of terrorists operating out of Libya – the 3rd such leak in the last 2 weeks.