Joe Bidens Vote Joe website defaced by Turkish Hackers

This week, the Vote Joe site set up by the Biden-Harris Presidential campaign had been hacked and defaced by a Turkish hacker called RootAyyildiz. Based on the evidence and the archived snapshots of the site, it appears the breach and defacement had lasted for over 24 hours. Vote Joe site defaced this week Up until … Continue reading Joe Bidens Vote Joe website defaced by Turkish Hackers

Hacked Security Software Used in Novel South Korean Supply-Chain Attack

Lazarus Group is believed to be behind a spate of attacks that leverage stolen digital certificates tied to browser software that secures communication with government and financial websites in South Korea. The Lazarus cybercriminal group is using a novel supply-chain attack against visitors to websites operated by the South Korean government and financial firms, in … Continue reading Hacked Security Software Used in Novel South Korean Supply-Chain Attack

Exposed Database Reveals 100K+ Compromised Facebook Accounts

Cybercriminals left an ElasticSearch database exposed, revealing a global attack that compromised Facebook accounts and used them to scam others. Researchers have uncovered a wide-ranging global scam targeting Facebook users, after finding an unsecured database used by fraudsters to store the usernames and passwords of at least 100,000 victims. Researchers said that the cybercriminals behind … Continue reading Exposed Database Reveals 100K+ Compromised Facebook Accounts

ShinyHunters hacked Pluto TV service, 3.2M accounts exposed

A hacker has shared 3.2 million Pluto TV user accounts on a hacking forum for free, he claims they were stolen by ShinyHunters threat actor. Pluto TV is an American internet television service, it is an advertiser-supported video on demand (AVOD) service that primarily offers a selection of programming content through digital linear channels designed … Continue reading ShinyHunters hacked Pluto TV service, 3.2M accounts exposed

Rakuten sends cashback emails to customers in error

Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten had sent email notifications yesterday to many of its customers congratulating them on newly earned cashback. Today, they took their words (and the cash) back, informing the customers the communication had been sent in error. Periodic cashback emails from Rakuten Rewards, formerly Ebates, are frequently sent to customers of Rakuten apps, … Continue reading Rakuten sends cashback emails to customers in error