Thailand’s Data on 106 Million Visitors has been Breached

  After uncovering an unsecured database collecting the personal information of millions of tourists to Thailand, a British cybersecurity researcher unexpectedly stumbled upon his own personal data online. An unencrypted Elasticsearch server was discovered by Bob Diachenko, a cybersecurity researcher and security leader at Camparitech, exposing the personal data of approximately 106 million international passengers […]

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A Look at the Triple Extortion Ransomware

  Ransomware has traditionally concentrated on encryption, but one of the most common recent additions is the exfiltration and threatening disclosure of critical data in a “double extortion” assault. Threat actors, on the other hand, must continually develop new ways to enhance the effect of a successful assault since the financial incentives are so high. […]

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WooCommerce Multi Currency Bug Allows Customers to Modify the Cost of Items on Online Stores

  A security flaw in the WooCommerce Multi Currency plugin might allow any consumer to alter product prices in online stores. WooCommerce Multi Currency enables consumers to switch currencies and assists the shop in accepting multi-currency payments. It is possible to set the exchange rate manually or automatically. The plugin may automatically detect the customer’s […]

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