The Largest Cybersecurity Breach Exposing 10 Billion Passwords

The RockYou2024 password leak has emerged as the largest known data breach in history, exposing approximately 10 billion passwords. Named after the infamous RockYou breach of 2009, this latest incident significantly surpasses its predecessor. In July 2024, a hacker using the alias “ObamaCare” uploaded the RockYou2024.txt file to a popular crime forum.

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FBI Warns Public About Fake Law Firms Preying on Crypto Scam Victims

Cryptocurrency has revolutionized the financial landscape, offering decentralized and secure transactions. However, this innovation has also attracted a myriad of scams, with fraudsters continuously devising new ways to exploit unsuspecting victims. Recently, the FBI issued a warning about a disturbing new trend: fake law firms targeting individuals who have already fallen victim to cryptocurrency scams.

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FBI and CISA Alert US Hospitals to Targeted Attacks by BlackCat Ransomware

In recent months, the US healthcare sector has been under siege by a series of sophisticated ransomware attacks, with hospitals nationwide facing significant operational disruptions and the compromise of sensitive patient data. The culprit behind this surge in cyber threats is the BlackCat ransomware group, also known as ALPHV, which has been leveraging advanced tactics to infiltrate healthcare IT systems.

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7 Ways to Make the Most of Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October is a month often associated with the spookiness of Halloween, but for the tech-savvy, it also marks Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Founded in 2004 by the National Cyber Security Alliance, this month is designated to shed light on the growing importance of cybersecurity. In our increasingly interconnected world, the threat of cyberattacks looms larger than ever, impacting not just corporations and governments but also the everyday lives of individuals.

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Ransomware Groups Claim Sony Data Breach

Recently, Sony, a big name in both tech and entertainment, found itself at the center of a confusing situation where not one, but two different hacker groups each said they were the ones who pulled off a cyberattack on the company.

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