It has been reported that flaws discovered in a GPS device used in fleet management could allow attackers to remotely disrupt operations and surveil vehicle movements, the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and security firm BitSight warned Tuesday. The full story can be found here: https://therecord.media/unpatched-flaws-in-popular-gps-devices-could-let-hackers-disrupt-and-track-vehicles/
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A new Recorded Future threat analysis reveals that 300 restaurants and at least 50,000 payment cards have been compromised by two separate campaigns against MenuDrive, Harbortouch and InTouchPOS services. “The online ordering platforms MenuDrive and Harbortouch were targeted by the same Magecart campaign, resulting in e-skimmer infections on 80 restaurants using MenuDrive and 74 using […]
The Cyberspace Administration of China said it fined Didi 8.026 billion yuan ($1.19 billion) after deciding the company violated China’s network security law, data security law, and personal information protection law.
It has been reported that the virtual pet website Neopets has suffered a data breach leading to the theft of source code and a database containing the personal information of over 69 million members. Neopets is a popular website where members can own, raise, and play games with their virtual pets. Neopets recently launched NFTs […]