The hijacking of Tesla's Amazon Web Server cloud system by rogue cryptominers is proof that no one is immune to a misconfigured AWS server nor cryptomining attacks.
In what has become an alarmingly routine occurrence, an unsecured Amazon S3 server - this time affiliated with FedEx - has exposed personal information of tens of thousands of users.
Amazon is issuing a security patch for its "Key"services shortly after a researcher posted a video demonstration of them claiming to hack the Amazon device using a Raspberry Pi.
Another misconfigured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 cloud storage bucket has been left insecure this time exposing the sensitive data of 12,000 social media influencers, most of whom were female.
A large cache of sensitive medical records handled by a US-based digital records management company was found stored in an Amazon S3 storage bucket without adequate protection.
A cloud-based data repository belonging to Alteryx, has publicly exposed datasets from the data analytics firm's partner Experian and the US Census Bureau containing sensitive personal information on 123 million Americans.
As misconfigured Amazon servers continue to leak sensitive data Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) is the latest culprit of administrators not properly securing their cloud servers.
Amazon is taking action to combat the recent wave of its Amazon S3 server being left misconfigured subsequently exposing potentially sensitive data.
Misconfigured Amazon Web Service (AWS) S3 buckets that allow public writes are enabling man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks on servers containing data from leading news media, retail and well-known cloud services.
Bob Dyachenko, the Kromtech security researcher who discovered the data leak of 3 million WWE fans, says it was most likely accessible thanks to a misconfiguration by either WWE or a contractor.
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The unveiling of a new surprise from Amazon may tell us surprising new things about the continuing usefulness of passwords, so does GCHQ's landmark advice still stand?
Craig Young, a researcher at Tripwire has found several major security flaws in Ruckus Enterprise APs
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A security researcher claims to have hacked an Amazon server and dumped the information of tens of thousands of users online. Even though several sources appear to speak for the data's legitimacy, Amazon says it's nonsense.
Cloud service data aggregator Datadog was hit with a data breach late last week and has sent a letter to its customers warning them to change their login credentials.
Amazon customers are the target of a wide-ranging phishing email scam intended to fool recipients into opening up a malicious attachment that results in the downloading of Locky ransomware.
Amazon had quietly removed encryption from it's Fire OS, prompting a backlash from privacy advocates and consumers who wished to protect their data. Amazon quickly reversed the decision.
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A new phishing email posing as Amazon has been targeting users of the online retailer by luring them to complete a survey for the chance to win some cash.
Amazon has suddenly force-reset many of it's customers passwords after a vulnerability scare
A public protest has been issued against a controversial US cyber-security bill by some of the world's tech giants.
Listening carefully to the neighbours on co-located servers could serve up an entire 2048-bit RSA key.
Researchers at Malwarebytes spotted an email phishing scam on Wednesday that targets Amazon users in the UK.
Amazon's dash buttons can be hacked for anything
The personal cloud can be managed in three easy steps and secure the apps that employees are going to use regardless of policy, says Ojas Rege.
A malicious advertising network dubbed 'Kyle and Stan' has dropped malware on possibly millions of users via hundreds of websites including Amazon, YouTube and Yahoo, according to a Cisco investigation.