Privacy and the Pandora Papers. Flubot’s scare tactics. Exploiting an account recovery system. Conti warns victims not to talk to the press. An international meeting on cybercrime? A ransomware bust.
Monday, 4 October
The Pandora Papers leak erstwhile private financial transactions by the rich and well-connected (and it’s 150 mainstream news organizations who cooperated in bringing them to light). Flubot is using itself to scare victims into installing Flubot. Coinbase thieves exploited account recovery systems to obtain 2FA credentials. The US plans to convene an international conference on fighting cybercrime. Conti warns its victims not to talk to reporters. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos on modeling cyber risk. Carole Theriault has thoughts on facial recognition software. And a ransomware bust in Ukraine leads us to ask, why Capri Sun. (Think about it, kids.)
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