- ChatGPT – good or evil? AI impact on cybersecurity – the business community is concerned about the AI’s potential to change the game for cyber criminals and wreak havoc in the world of defense organizations. Should businesses soon expect a wave of even more advanced cyber-attacks or simply more attacks? Will current cybersecurity solutions be enough? Or will ChatGPT instead provide cybersecurity specialists with more efficient and smarter defensive and threat hunting tools?
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- Stanford University discloses data breach affecting PhD applicants – a data breach after files containing Economics Ph.D. program admission information were downloaded from its website between December 2022 and January 2023.
- LassPass breach: Hackers put malware on engineer’s home computer to steal their password – The fallout from the LastPass hack continues, with the company revealing attackers gained access by hacking a senior engineer’s home computer.
- US Marshals Service Hit By Major Ransomware Attack – In response to the ransomware attack, the Marshals Service disconnected the affected system, and the Department of Justice initiated a forensic investigation.
- ‘Hackers’ Behind Air Raid Alerts Across Russia: Official – Russian authorities said that several television and radio stations that have recently broadcast air raid alerts had been breached by hackers.
- Hackers Claim They Breached T-Mobile More Than 100 Times in 2022 – Three different cybercriminal groups claimed access to internal networks at communications giant T-Mobile in more than 100 separate incidents throughout 2022, new data suggests.
- Dish Network confirms ransomware attack behind multi-day outage – Satellite broadcast provider and TV giant Dish Network has finally confirmed that a ransomware attack was the cause of a multi-day network and service outage that started on Friday.
- Critical Vulnerabilities Allowed Booking.com Account Takeover – Booking.com recently patched several vulnerabilities that could have been exploited to take control of a user’s account.
- Critical Flaw in Cisco IP Phone Series Exposes Users to Command Injection Attack – CVE-2023-20078, is rated 9.8 out of 10 on the CVSS scoring system and is described as a command injection bug in the web-based management interface arising due to insufficient validation of user-supplied input.
- Chick-fil-A confirms accounts hacked in months-long “automated” attack – Chick-fil-A has confirmed that customers’ accounts were breached in a months-long credential stuffing attack, allowing threat actors to use stored rewards balances and access personal information.
- Smashing Security: 310: Verified blue ticks and horny AI chatbots
- Security Now 911 – A Clever Regurgitator – GoneDaddy, Section 230, NPM malware, Hyundai Kia mess, Meta Verified
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