Security Affairs newsletter Round 377

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! Every week the best security articles from Security Affairs free for you in your email box. If you want to also receive for free the newsletter with the international press subscribe here. Greek intelligence service used surveillance malware to spy on a journalist, Reuters reports Slack resets passwords […]

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Threats targeting fintech companies are on the rise

In Q1 of 2022, fintech companies experienced 2.5 times more attacks than in the two previous years. The growing rate of cybercrime has added to the market unrest and questioned fintech preparedness; some claimed that the industry players are more susceptible to virtual threats than traditional banking, with greater resources at their disposal. This Help […]

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Phishing campaign targets Coinbase wallet holders to steal cryptocurrency in real-time

In this video for Help Net Security, Nick Ascoli, VP of Threat Research, PIXM, discusses a multilayered phishing campaign targeting cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase. Attackers are sending out spoofed Coinbase emails to harvest personal credentials and use them to log into users’ legitimate accounts in real-time. How the Coinbase phishing attack works The attackers present users […]

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Hackers stole $200 million from the Nomad crypto bridge

The cryptocurrency bridge Nomad is the last victim of a cyber heist, threat actors stole almost $200 million of its funds. Another crypto heist made the headlines, threat actors stole nearly $200 million worth of cryptocurrency from the bridge Nomad. Nomad Bridge is a cross-chain bridge between Ethereum, Moonbeam, Avalanche, Evmos and Milkomeda. The project […]

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Universities are at risk of email-based impersonation attacks

Proofpoint released new research which found that the top universities in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia are lagging on basic cybersecurity measures, subjecting students, staff and stakeholders to higher risks of email-based impersonation attacks. The research found that 97% of the top ten universities across each country are not taking appropriate measures […]

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