‘Anonymous’ Hacktivists Attack and Take Down United Nations Website | Tempemail – Blog – Emails

After hacking and taking down the Minneapolis Police Department website, the Anonymous hacker-group continued their protest spree and hacked the United Nations website, taking down a part of the site – the United Nations Civil Society Participation website – and replacing it with an image protesting the death of Minneapolis native George Floyd. Hacktivists protest […]

New Noise-Resilient Attack On Intel and AMD CPUs Makes Flush-based Attacks Effective – Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Modern Intel and AMD processors are susceptible to a new form of side-channel attack that makes flush-based cache attacks resilient to system noise, newly published research shared with The Hacker News has revealed. The findings are from a paper “DABANGG: Time for Fearless Flush based Cache Attacks” published by a pair of researchers, Biswabandan Panda and […]

Chinese Researchers Disrupt Malware Attack That Infected Thousands of PCs – Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Chinese security firm Qihoo 360 Netlab said it partnered with tech giant Baidu to disrupt a malware botnet infecting over hundreds of thousands of systems. The botnet was traced back to a group it calls ShuangQiang (also called Double Gun), which has been behind several attacks since 2017 aimed at compromising Windows computers with MBR […]

Toll Group may have lost over 200GB of data in ransomware attack – Security- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Toll Group may have lost over 200GB of corporate data to the Nefilim attackers, who have now started to dump it onto the web after failing to secure a ransom from the company. In a brief note to a leak site on Wednesday, the attackers released a compressed archive along with a text file listing […]

Service NSW hit by email compromise attack – Security- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Service NSW has been hit with an email compromise attack impacting the accounts of 47 staff members and information of an unknown number of citizens. The attack, first reported by 9News, has been referred to forensic specialists, police and government cyber investigators, who were trying to “identify any customer information that may have been accessed.” […]

BlueScope IT ‘disruption’ feared to be ransomware attack – Security- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

BlueScope Steel is suffering IT “disruption” that is believed to be the result of a ransomware infection, impacting production systems used by its global operations. iTnews has learned that production systems were halted company-wide in the early hours of Thursday morning, though recovery from backup was understood to be progressing on Thursday afternoon.  It is […]

Trend Micro Research Identifies Critical Industry 4.0 Attack Methods- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Read Article Trend Micro recently released research describing how advanced hackers could leverage unconventional, new attack vectors to sabotage smart manufacturing environments. For this report, Trend Micro Research worked with Politecnico di Milano in its Industry 4.0 lab, which houses real manufacturing equipment from industry leaders, to demonstrate how malicious threat actors can exploit existing […]

Attack COVID-19 With GODIG-2020. The Perfect Time To Embrace Digital Payments!- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Read Article By Ashwin Shenoy, VP Sales – CEMEA, PayMate As you start reading this piece, you are probably thinking ‘what’s a payment article doing at a time when the whole world is grappling with the COVID-19 scare?’. We all are in a state of lockdown, exercising social distancing and restraint, and governments all over […]

Toll Group suffers second ransomware attack this year – Security- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Toll Group has revealed it is suffering its second ransomware attack this year, attributing the current infection to a type of malware known as Nefilim. The admission comes less than a day after iTnews reported exclusively that the logistics giant had shut down its IT systems after detecting “unusual activity” on an undisclosed number of […]

Minister’s myGov DDoS attack claim ruled out once and for all – Strategy – Software- Tempemail – Blog – Emails

Services Australia has distanced itself from government services minister Stuart Robert’s incorrect claim of a “significant distributed-denial-of-service attack” against myGov last month. Robert made the claim, which he quickly walked back in Parliament, after the online government services portal crashed in the wake of coronavirus lockdown measures were introduced in March. He had previously admitted […]