[BleepingComputer] Microsoft’s Halo dev site breached using dependency hijacking

Microsoft has once again been successfully hit by a dependency hijacking attack. This month, another researcher found an npm internal dependency being used by an open-source project. After publishing a public dependency by the same name, he began receiving messages from Microsoft’s Halo game dev servers. […]

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[TheRecord] Verizon-owned wireless carrier Visible confirms account hacks, denies breach

Visible, an all-digital wireless service provider based in the US and owned by Verizon, confirmed today that hackers gained access to customer accounts, but the company denied any breach of its backend infrastructure. The carrier’s confirmation comes after multiple customers complained about losing access to their Visible accounts in posts made on Reddit and Twitter on Tuesday. Customers said […]

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[SecurityWeek] IBM Security to Acquire ReaQta for xDR Push

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IBM Security on Tuesday announced plans to acquire ReaQta, an early-stage European startup in the red-hot autonomous threat detection and response business. Financial terms of the transaction were not released. ReaQta, based in the Netherlands, raised an undisclosed Series A funding round earlier this year. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[BleepingComputer] The Week in Ransomware – June 4th 2021 – Where’s the beef?

Ransomware has continued to be part of the 24-hour news cycle as another significant attack against critical infrastructure took place this week. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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