Birth Certificate Data Laid Bare on the Web in Multiple States A platform that allows online applications for copies of birth certificates did not store its data properly.

Romanian Duo Receives Jailtime For Infecting 400,000 With Malware Since 2007, the two allegedly operated a cybercrime ring called "Bayrob Group."

Elder Scrolls Online Targeted by Cybercrooks Hunting In-Game Loot A phishing attack is masquerading as messages from the game's developers.

GE, Dunkin’, Forever 21 Caught Up in Broad Internal Document Leak A PR and marketing provider exposed sensitive data for a raft of big-name companies.

Reddit Says Influence Campaign is Behind Leaked U.S.-U.K. Trade Documents The platform has linked documents posted on its site to a vote-manipulation campaign already observed on Facebook earlier this year.

Email Voted a Weak Link for Election Security, with DMARC Lagging Most counties are not protected from impersonation-based spearphishing attacks.

Feds Crack Down on Money Mules, Warn of BEC Scams Authorities say they have halted over 600 domestic money mules – exceeding the 400 money mules stopped last year.

News Wrap: Authorities Target Evil Corp., Imminent Monitor, Money Mules In this past week, the authorities have cracked down on various BEC scams and cybercrime gangs.

Linux Bug Opens Most VPNs to Hijacking In a coffee-shop scenario, attackers can hijack "secure" VPN sessions of those working remotely, injecting data into their TCP streams.

Facebook Alleges Company Infiltrated Thousands for Ad Fraud Facebook has paid over $4 million to victims to reimburse them for the unauthorized ads purchased using their ad accounts.

Stealthy MacOS Malware Tied to Lazarus APT Researcher discovered a MacOS trojan hiding behind a fake crypto trading platform believed to be the work of the state-sponsored North Korean hackers behind WannaCry.

Ransomware Attack Hits Data Center Provider CyrusOne: Report Security experts say the incident shows that cybercriminals are using ransomware to hit companies where it hurts.

AT&T, Verizon Subscribers Exposed as Mobile Bills Turn Up on the Open Web Names, addresses, phone numbers, call and text message records and account PINs were all caught up in a cloud misconfiguration.

Feds Offer $5M Reward to Nab ‘Evil Corp’ Dridex Hacker Authorities cracked down on cybercrime group Evil Corp. with sanctions and charges against its leader, known for his lavish lifestyle.

HackerOne Breach Leads to $20,000 Bounty Reward HackerOne has paid out $20,000 to a bounty hunter who discovered a session cookie issue, due to "human error," on the bug bounty platform.

OpenBSD Hit with Authentication, LPE Bugs The authentication bypass (CVE-2019-19521) is remotely exploitable.

‘Ultimate’ MiTM Attack Steals $1M from Israeli Startup Researchers uncovers “ultimate man-in-the-middle attack” that used an elaborate spoofing campaign to fool a Chinese VC firm and rip off an emerging business.

ThreatList: 1 in 9 SMBs Believe Nation-State Actors Are Targeting Them Larger SMBs are more likely to feel targeted by APTs.

Nebraska Medicine Breached By Rogue Employee Nebraska Medicine is warning that a rogue, former employee accessed patients' medical records, Social Security numbers and more.

‘Highly Competitive’ Buer Loader Emerges in Underground Markets A previously undocumented loader has been discovered in several recent malware campaigns and being sold on underground markets.

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