Grief ransomware gang hit US National Rifle Association (NRA)

Grief ransomware operators claim to have compromised computer systems at US National Rifle Association (NRA) and added it to their leak site. Grief ransomware operators announced to have hacked US National Rifle Association (NRA) and threaten to leak the stolen data. The NRA was added to the list of compromised organizations on the leak site […]

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BrandPost: XDR Solutions Drive Faster Incident Response

On average, it takes 280 days for security teams to detect that a network has been compromised by an attack. Those teams are dealing with a tremendous volume of endless alerts, often making it difficult to identify serious threats among the constant false positives that impact networks every day. This results in harried security personnel, […]

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India’s Supreme Court Orders Pegasus Probe

India’s Supreme Court Orders Pegasus Probe India’s Supreme Court has ordered an investigation to determine whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration used spyware to illegally surveil opposition leaders, journalists, activists, tycoons, and judges. In July, India’s main opposition Congress Party accused Modi of “treason” after the cell phone numbers of several Indian journalists, activists, and an opposition […]

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US Launches Appeal Against Assange Extradition Decision

US Launches Appeal Against Assange Extradition Decision The United States government has launched an appeal against a UK court’s decision to refuse to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Australian citizen Assange, who is aged 50, was indicted by the US Department of Justice in 2019 over his alleged involvement in the acquisition and publication of thousands of […]

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