Disruptions at Many Car Dealerships Continue as CDK Hack Worsens

Car dealership software provider CDK Global was in the process of restoring services impacted by a cyberattack when it discovered an additional hack.
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British national with possible links to high-profile phishing campaigns arrested in Spain

Authorities have yet to formally identify the 22-year-old, but reports suggest he was a prominent player in “the Com” ecosystem.

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Malware peddlers love this one social engineering trick!

Attackers are increasingly using a clever social engineering technique to get users to install malware, Proofpoint researchers are warning. The message warns of a problem but also offers a way to fix it (Source: Proofpoint) Social engineering users to … Continue reading Malware peddlers love this one social engineering trick!

UK Man Suspected of Being ‘Scattered Spider’ Leader Arrested

A British man has been arrested in Spain for allegedly being the ringleader of the notorious Scattered Spider cybercrime group.
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Malicious emails trick consumers into false election contributions

Major regional and global events – such as military exercises, political or economic summits, political conventions, and elections – drove cyber threat activities, according to Trellix. “The last six months have been unprecedented – a state of po… Continue reading Malicious emails trick consumers into false election contributions

Modern fraud detection need not rely on PII

Trends in online fraud detection often act as the canary in the coal mine when it comes to understanding and combating the next generation of online scams, fraud and cybersecurity threats. These days, security and fraud experts worry that insufficient … Continue reading Modern fraud detection need not rely on PII

Two Arrested in UK for Smishing Campaign Powered by Homemade SMS Blaster 

UK authorities have arrested two individuals for allegedly using a homemade mobile antenna to send mass text messages.
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