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- Tesla Model 3 unlocked and driven by the wrong owner – The man was able to drive off, stop, and pick his children up from school without issue
- 200-300% Increase in AI-Generated YouTube Videos to Spread Stealer Malware – CloudSEK researchers have detected an increase of 200-300% month-on-month in YouTube videos containing links to stealer malware such as Vidar, RedLine, and Raccoon in their descriptions since November 2022.
- Kali Linux 2023.1 introduces ‘Purple’ distro for defensive security – Offensive Security has released Kali Linux 2023.1, the first version of 2023 and the project’s 10th anniversary, with a new distro called ‘Kali Purple,’ aimed at Blue and Purple teamers for defensive security.
- 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.
- Multiple Hacker Groups Exploit 3-Year-Old Vulnerability to Breach U.S. Federal Agency – Multiple threat actors, including a nation-state group, exploited a critical three-year-old security flaw in Progress Telerik to break into an unnamed federal entity in the U.S.
- Hacker selling data allegedly stolen in US Marshals Service hack – A threat actor is selling on a Russian-speaking hacking forum what they claim to be hundreds of gigabytes of data allegedly stolen from U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) servers.
- Android phones can be hacked just by someone knowing your phone number – Google has issued a warning that some Android phones can be hacked remotely, without the intended victim having to click on anything.