Dell said on Wednesday that it recently spotted an attempt by hackers to steal customer data. The cybercriminals are believed to have gone after personal data, though credit card information is thought to be safe.
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Cyberattackers are changing how they target victims through email scams. Rather than sending malicious emails embedded with malware, attackers are now using social engineering, like phishing campaigns, to extract information.
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The US government wants to bring the hacker behind WannaCry to justice. The Justice Department is set to announce charges against the North Korean spy responsible for the malware and an earlier hack that crippled Sony.
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Cloud service Mega.nz recently discovered that hackers had uploaded a fake copy of its Chrome extension to Google's web store. The hacked extension was designed to steal web login credentials from unsuspecting users.
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To protect democracy and free and fair elections, Microsoft had stopped a spearphishing-style cyberattack that is tied to a group with strong links to the Russian military. The company took control of six fake domains.
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The Department of Homeland Security wants to help the U.S. stay ahead of attacks like NotPetya and WannaCry by creating a new National Risk Management Center to protect critical infrastructure from cyberattacks.
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Ticketfly has gone offline to investigate a cyberattack that leaked a large database of customer information. If you've recently purchased a ticket on the site, you may want to monitor your credit cards.
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