Devices from Dell, HP, and Lenovo used outdated OpenSSL versions

Researchers discovered that devices from Dell, HP, and Lenovo are still using outdated versions of the OpenSSL cryptographic library. Binarly researchers discovered that devices from Dell, HP, and Lenovo are still using outdated versions of the OpenSSL cryptographic library. The OpenSSL software library allows secure communications over computer networks against eavesdropping or need to identify the party at the other end. […]

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Experts investigate WhatsApp data leak: 500M user records for sale

Cybernews investigated a data sample available for sale containing up-to-date mobile phone numbers of nearly 500 million WhatsApp users. Original post published by Cybernews: https://cybernews.com/news/whatsapp-data-leak/ On November 16, an actor posted an ad on a well-known hacking community forum, claiming they were selling a 2022 database of 487 million WhatsApp user mobile numbers. The dataset […]

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An international police operation dismantled the spoofing service iSpoof

An international law enforcement operation has dismantled an online phone number spoofing service called iSpoof. An international law enforcement operation that was conducted by authorities in Europe, Australia, the United States, Ukraine, and Canada, with the support of Europol, has dismantled online phone number spoofing service called iSpoof. The iSpoof service allowed fraudsters to impersonate trusted corporations […]

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UK urges to disconnect Chinese security cameras in government buildings

The British government banned the installation of Chinese-linked security cameras at sensitive facilities due to security risks. Reuters reports that the British government ordered its departments to stop installing Chinese security cameras at sensitive buildings due to security risks. The Government has ordered departments to disconnect the camera from core networks and to consider removing […]

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Cyberattaque contre le site du Parlement européen

Alors que le site du Parlement européen vient d’être ciblé par une cyberattaque ce mercredi 23 novembre, la cyberguerre est devenue une réalité au quotidien. Cette attaque DDOS revendiquée par un groupe pro-Kremlin a paralysé la disponibilité du site web de l’institution quelques heures après l’adoption par les députés d’une résolution déclarant que la Russie […]

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