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Magecart Hackers Infect 17,000 Sites Through Misconfigured Amazon S3 Buckets

Magecart strikes again! Cybersecurity researchers have identified yet another supply-chain attack carried out by payment card hackers against more than 17,000 web domains, which also include websites in the top 2,000 of Alexa rankings. Since Magecart is neither a single group nor a specific malware instead an umbrella term given to all those cyber criminal groups and individuals who inject digital card skimmers on compromised websites, it is not necessary for every...

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Amazon Prime Day: Christmas for Adults
Amazon Prime Day: Christmas for Adults

Amazon just made the start of this week much better! Prime Day gives you the next 36 hours to completely revamp everything in your house. For those of you unfamiliar with Prime Day, it’s like black Friday where millions of products are placed at massively discounted rates. However, it’s only available to Amazon Prime members. With all these deals it’s easy to lose track and forget about cyber security. Luckily, you’re...

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A massive cyber attack caused major websites to go down across the internet

Internet users around the world, but mostly in the US, reported that some top websites were not loading on Friday morning. The affected sites included Amazon, Twitter, Etsy, Github, and Spotify. The issue appeared to have something to do with DNS hosts. Domain Name Servers are a core part of the internet's backbone. They translate what you type into your browser —www.businessinsider.com, for example — into IP addresses that computers can...

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Amazon Sold Me Embedded Malware, and All I Got Was This Lousy T-shirt

Well … they didn’t sell it to me per say, and no one got a shirt, but Amazon has been unknowlingly selling security recording equipment with embedded malware. This discovery was made by Mike Olsen, labeled as an “artful hacker” by PC Magazine, former lead research software engineer at Arizona State University, oh and a rocket scientist. Olsen took to trust Amazon, when he needed to order outdoor surveillance cameras for...

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