Doug Olenick

Evidence tying Cobalt Group to Magecart Group 4 unveiled

Evidence tying Cobalt Group to Magecart Group 4 unveiled

Security firms Malwarebytes and HYAS string together several pieces of evidence that they believe tie Magecart Group 4 to the Cobalt Group

Google launches Password Checkup security tool

Google launches Password Checkup security tool

New feature in Google's password manager will study a person's passwords and then inform them on its strength and whether it has been compromised

Ransomware attack forces US healthcare provider to turn away patients

Ransomware attack forces US healthcare provider to turn away patients

DCH Health Systems, USA, is turning away all but the most critical patients from its three hospitals in response to its computer network being rendered unusable by a ransomware attack

Multiple zero-day vulnerabilities found medical IoT devices: CISA

Multiple zero-day vulnerabilities found medical IoT devices: CISA

CISA issues advisory, warning of vulnerabilities in several medical IoT devices that could lead to remote code execution

OpenDocument files now being used in attacks

OpenDocument files now being used in attacks

Cisco Talos finds one malicious actor group using OpenDocument files to bypass a computer's antivirus protection

Cyber-attack causes £78 million loss for Demant

Cyber-attack causes £78 million loss for Demant

Danish hearing aid manufacturer Demant faces a £78 million bill associated with a cyber-incident that struck the company in early September

Disinformation campaigns cheap and easy to launch: Recorded Future

Disinformation campaigns cheap and easy to launch: Recorded Future

Researchers found that it would take malicious actors about 30 days and just a few thousand dollars to either boost a company's online stature or tear it down

The word is out: Zynga was breached.

The word is out: Zynga was breached.

Well-known hacker Gnosticplayers is taking credit for a data breach at the mobile game maker Zynga, claiming he gained access to 218 million user records

Malicious sites pushed via Google Alerts

Malicious sites pushed via Google Alerts

Cyber-criminals have found a way to use Google Alerts to hook victims into scams or push malware.

Illegal gambling apps snuck into Apple and Google stores

Illegal gambling apps snuck into Apple and Google stores

Google and Apple recently removed hundreds of apps from their respective app stores after being informed they were actually fronts for gambling operations