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Back in 2017, Industroyer was the first #malware targeted for hitting power grids.
⚠️ In 04/22 Rus attacked grids in UKR. Attack was luckily thwarted, but critical infrastructure is becoming more and more frequent target for cyber attacks.
Researchers warn a post-COVID upsurge in travel has painted a bullseye on the industry and has spurred #cybercrime's.
✈️ Theft of airline reward points
🔐 Account takeover for travel websites
🗄️ Travel-related database breaches
⚠️ New interesting #vulnerability in modern Intel/AMD processors can let attackers steal e.g. encryption keys via timing-based side channels.
Intel recommends cryptographic devs to harden apps against frequency throttling info disclosure.
🎣 One #phishing scam stole 1M FB credentials in 4 months - and counting.
Scam included familiar elements:
🔗 short msg with a link
↩️ chain of redirects to dodge security
🔐 fake FB login
🤖 automated distribution to victim's friends
#Ransomware groups have started regularly threatening to publish stolen victim data on dark web.
⚠️ Latest cunning innovation to get victims concerned is publishing on public internet, with all data available in an easily searchable form.