WSJ: "Russian Hackers Reach U.S. Power Utility Control Rooms"

Now here is some news that concerns me deeply. I knew it was bad, but I did not know it was this bad.
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Hackers Invade German Ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs

Foreign hackers have invaded secure networks of various German government departments. According to German and Dutch media, the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Defense were among the ...
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Cyberheists Linked to Russian Hackers Targets Banks From Moscow to Utah

A previously unknown ring of Russian-speaking hackers has stolen as much as $10 million from U.S. and Russian banks in the last 18 months, according to a Moscow-based cyber-security firm ...
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Dark Overlord hackers reveal plans to leak 'Hollywood database stolen from top studio'

Criminal hacking group The Dark Overlord is threatening to leak the internal client data of top Hollywood production studio Line 204, IBTimes UK has learned. The seemingly international ...
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Is combosquatting a new trick hackers use to lure users into visiting malicious websites?

Georgia Tech researchers reported that hackers are using a technique identified with a newly coined term "combosquatting" to trick users into visiting malicious websites. Sorry to break ...
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Hackers Target Nation’s Schools

Tawnell D. Hobbs at the Wall Street Journal wrote:   "Hackers looking to exploit sensitive information for profit are increasingly targeting the nation’s schools, where they are finding a ...
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The CCleaner app, designed for good cyber hygiene, was itself infected with a backdoor by hackers

Cisco's TALOS security researchers discovered a devious way to infect millions of machines. They said: "Supply chain attacks are a very effective way to distribute malicious software into ...
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