January 18th 2023
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LeakBase Leaks Purecars Data on the Hacker’s Forum
The user who posted Purecars data claims to have access to info related to the company such as employee ID, deal ID, name, cell, status, emails, addresses, substatus, VOI stock, VOI model, etc.  read more...
Trans Maldivian Data Breach: RansomHouse lists Airways as Victim
Trans Maldivian Data Breach likely occurred on December 31, after the hacker group encrypted the data read more...
After Royal Mail, LockBit Claims UK Logistics Business Fulfilment Matters
Fulfilment Matters, the UK e-commerce business, has majors such as Samsung and Unilever as its customers. read more...
Security Pill: Risk Management is Nothing but Decision Management, Says Ash Hunt
Would moving to risk quantification, measuring, and testing risk scenarios using models that reflect uncertainty help improve security posture? read more...

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Cease and Desist: Cybercriminals are Hiring Felons to Launch a Two-way attack on Critical Infrastructure
Cyberattacks on the critical infrastructure has been increasing at a rapid scale. But now cybercriminals are hiring felons to launch a two-way attacks on critical infrastructure.  read more...
Researchers Spot Supply Chain Attack Using Identical PyPI Packages
,Researchers at the Fortiguard Labs team have discovered a zero-day attack embedded in three PyPI packages.  read more...
Australian Government Website Data Breach, 500 Files Allegedly Exposed
According to a post on the breach forum, 'UsNsA’ claimed to have access to details such as names, dates of birth, email addresses, addresses and more.  read more...
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Be Wary of Google Ads: Rhadamanthys Stealer is Here!
Many Google ads found to be linked to fake websites created by cybercriminals to spread infostealer Rhadamanthys. read more...
BlackByte Ransomware Group Lists Three New Victims on Leak Site
In a post titled ‘NEW YEAR SALE’, the group listed CPTM, Hayward, and KansasCityHomes as its victims.  read more...
Researchers Detect Microsoft Azure SSRF Attack Loops
Researchers found four Microsoft Azure services to be vulnerable to server-side request forgery (SSRF) attacks.  read more...
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