Plus: A bad Zoom bug, a billion-dollar cocaine bust, and more of the week’s top security news.
Software makers can’t catch every bug every time, but Facebook had ample warning about the privacy problems with its “contact import” feature.
The FBI arrested the suspect in Texas after he purchased explosives from an undercover agent.
Ransomware attacks continue over the past two weeks with a continuation of the massive initial ransom demands we have seen recently. […]
The FBI arrested a Texas man on Thursday for allegedly planning to kill 70% of the internet in a bomb attack targeting an Amazon Web Services (AWS) data center on Smith Switch Road in Ashburn, Virginia. […]
Leading French pharmaceutical group Pierre Fabre suffered a REvil ransomware attack where the threat actors initially demanded a $25 million ransom, BleepingComputer learned today. […]
Threat actors are using legitimate corporate contact forms to send phishing emails that threaten enterprise targets with lawsuits and attempt to infect them with the IcedID info-stealing malware. […]
The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) disclosed a payment card incident that impacted customers who entered payment info on its e-commerce website. […]
Zerodium has announced today an increased interest in exploits Zerodium has announced today an increased interest in exploits for the WordPress content management system that achieve remote code execution. […]
Pwn2Own 2021 ended with contestants earning a record $1,210,000 for exploits and exploits chains demoed over the course of three days. […]