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EpsilonRed ransomware group hits one of India’s financial software powerhouses

Nucleus Software Exports, an Indian company that provides lending software to banks and retail stores, has suffered a major ransomware attack that crippled some of its internal networks and encrypted sensitive business information.

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Fujitsu suspends ProjectWEB platform after Japanese government hacks

Japanese tech giant Fujitsu has temporarily taken down its ProjectWEB enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform after hackers gained access to its systems and stole files belonging to multiple Japanese government entities.

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Belgium government discovers old 2019 hack during Hafnium investigation

Belgian officials said that hackers breached the network of its interior ministry in a security incident that took place in April 2019.

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City of Tulsa hit by ransomware over the weekend

The city of Tulsa, Oklahoma, one of the 50 largest cities in the US, has been hit by a ransomware attack over the weekend that affected the city government’s network and brought down official websites.

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Password manager Passwordstate hacked to deploy malware on customer systems

A mysterious threat actor has compromised the update mechanism of enterprise password manager application Passwordstate and deployed malware on its users’ devices, most of which are enterprise customers.

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Codecov discloses 2.5-month-long supply chain attack

Codecov, a software company that provides code testing and code statistics solutions, disclosed on Thursday a major security breach after a threat actor managed to breach its platform and add a credentials harvester to one of its tools.

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Hackers move $760 million from the 2016 Bitfinex hack

More than $760 million worth of Bitcoin stolen from cryptocurrency exchange Bitfinex in 2016 have been moved on Wednesday to new accounts.

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LinkedIn denies 500 million user data breach

LinkedIn has formally denied a rumor that it suffered a devastating security breach that exposed the account details of more than 500 million of its registered users.

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Booking.com fined €475,000 for reporting data breach too late

The Dutch Data Protection Authority has fined hotel booking website Booking.com €475,000 ($560,000) for reporting a security incident 22 days after it happened, in breach of EU GDPR regulations that dictate that all breaches must be disclosed within 72 hours.

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Data for 7.3 million Dutch car owners sold on hacking forum

RDC, a Dutch company that provides garage and maintenance services to Dutch car owners, has confirmed a data breach earlier today after the personal and vehicle details of millions of Dutch car owners were posted for sale on a well-known cybercrime forum.