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Cybercriminals gained access to the data of 32,000 Revolut customers
Technology

Cybercriminals gained access to the data of 32,000 Revolut customers

British startup Revolut, specializing in money transfers and exchange services, was the victim of a computer attack. This information was…
[Etude] Deepfakes are increasingly used by cybercriminals
Technology

[Etude] Deepfakes are increasingly used by cybercriminals

The use of deepfakes is just getting started. These ultra-realistic photo or video tricks allow you to imitate the face…
NFT: Eldorado for cybercriminals
Crypto

NFT: Eldorado for cybercriminals

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) offer huge revenue potential for brands, but also represent ideal opportunities for cybercriminals to exploit if the…
Macro blocking encourages cybercriminals to innovate
Technology

Macro blocking encourages cybercriminals to innovate

Microsoft’s crackdown on untrusted Office macros comes with both good and bad news. The good news is that the use…
Macro blocking encourages cybercriminals to innovate
Technology

Macro blocking encourages cybercriminals to innovate

Microsoft’s crackdown on untrusted Office macros comes with both good and bad news. The good news is that the use…
They come to mine crypto on your computers: cybercriminals in professional reorientation
Crypto

They come to mine crypto on your computers: cybercriminals in professional reorientation

This particularly insidious type of cyberattack has been on the rise since the beginning of the year. Analysis of this…
How a malicious IIS extension is becoming popular with cybercriminals for permanent access
Science

How a malicious IIS extension is becoming popular with cybercriminals for permanent access

Microsoft says that many attackers are now abusing IIS (Internet Information Services) backdoor server extensions to create a “strong persistence…
2022, here come the cybercriminals
Crypto

2022, here come the cybercriminals

Published on July 4, 2022, 05:07 PM A. For the fourth time in just twelve years, “Que sais-je? returns his…
How Cryptocurrency Crash Forces Cybercriminals to Change Their Methods – CNET France
Crypto

How Cryptocurrency Crash Forces Cybercriminals to Change Their Methods – CNET France

Security researchers say the collapse of cryptocurrencies is spreading to the world of ransomware, although bitcoin, ether and other digital…
Bumblebee, the new favorite of cybercriminals
Technology

Bumblebee, the new favorite of cybercriminals

A newly developed form of malware has quickly become a key part of ransomware attacks. This malware, called Bumblebee, has…
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