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A big MongoDB compromise, Hova Health database breached

A big MongoDB compromise, Hova Health database breached

There has been a new data breach that may affect massive 2.3 million people from Mexico. A cybersecurity researcher Bob Diachenko was the person who happened upon the data breach. He said that healthc... Read more

G Suite enterprise users get alerts during state-sponsored attacks

G Suite enterprise users get alerts during state-sponsored attacks

Google is rolling out a new feature for its enterprise G Suite users to alert them in case of Government-backed attacks. The feature is deactivated by default. Enterprise G suite administrators can tu... Read more

Three Ukrainians indicted for committing cyber crimes

Three Ukrainians indicted for committing cyber crimes

Three Ukrainian nationals Dmytro Fedorov, Fedir Hladyr and Andrii Kolpakov were indicted yesterday for committing cyber crimes. Two of them are still waiting for extradition. These men were charged o... Read more

Apps review denied access to user data by Facebook

Apps review denied access to user data by Facebook

Facebook has announced that access to its API will be shut off making thousands of inactive apps inaccessible to user data. Back in May, Facebook had issued an August 1st deadline where developers and... Read more

UnityPoint Health breached again

UnityPoint Health breached again

The healthcare company UnityPoint Health has disclosed that it has yet again suffered a data breach. The news comes four months after it was breached first. They are now in the process of informing 1.... Read more

State Institutes receive Malware in Mail

State Institutes receive Malware in Mail

State Institutes have been receiving CDs through snail mail in what seems to be the most underwhelming of the cybersecurity threats in recent times. The State Archives, State Historical Societies and ... Read more

Idaho inmates steal quarter million dollars in digital credits

Idaho inmates steal quarter million dollars in digital credits

In a movie-like digital heist, a service provider for prison inmates, JPay, has been robbed of $225,000 in digital credits. The prison inmates exploited vulnerability in the tablets that JPay provides... Read more