Security Affairs newsletter Round 310

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. Is the recent accident at Iran Natanz nuclear plant a cyber attack? Joker malware infected 538,000 Huawei Android devices Personal data of 1.3 million Clubhouse users leaked online Fitch Ratings: […]

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The Code Testing Company CodeCov Suffers a Data Breach Which Went Undetected for Months

  U.S. federal authorities are investigating a safety violation at Codecov, which works on selling a tool that allows developers to calculate their codebase coverage and works for more than 29,000 clients worldwide. The organization acknowledged the violation and reported that for months it remained unnoticed.  The violation impacted an unaccompanied number of customers, including […]

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ParkMobile Data Breach: 21Million User Data Exposed

  Due to a data breach, the account details of 21 million customers of ParkMobile, a prominent mobile parking app in North America, are now being sold online. The data includes customer email addresses, date of birth, phone numbers, license plate numbers, hashed passwords, and mailing addresses. ParkMobile issued a statement regarding the cybersecurity incident […]

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Hackers Expose Contact and KYC Details of Upstox Clients

  Upstox, India’s second-biggest broking firm in terms of the number of active customers, disclosed that its databases, including contact details and know-your-customer (KYC) details, may have been breached. The Delhi-based discount brokerage firm, anyway thought that it has improved its security systems at its servers manifold recently, on the suggestions of a global cyber-security […]

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Cybersecurity guide for the hospitality industry

A practical cybersecurity guide from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) can help hotel owners reduce the risks to a highly vulnerable and attractive target for hackers: the hotel property management system (PMS), which stores guests’ personal information and credit card data. The three-part guide shows an approach to securing a PMS. It […]

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