A ransomware gang has warned victims that any data that has been exfiltrated from their networks during attacks would be destroyed were they to contact companies to negotiate ransom payments.
Australian media firm Nine Entertainment is continuing to stay mum as far as public statements on the network attack on its Sydney offices go. It is more or less certain now that Windows ransomware known as MedusaLocker was used in the attack.
Amazon has suffered a data breach ahead of the Black Friday shopping bonanza, but the company is not revealing any details about the how and why of the breach.
For around 20 minutes on Sunday, the Sesame Street YouTube channel was showing a little more than usual.
If you've heard rumours of an Internet virus set to go off at 10:10am on the 10th of October 2010, or 10.10am 10/10/10, Sophos's Internet security expert Graham Cluley says it has 'no basis in fact', 'implies that you should take less care on other dates' and is 'codswallop' - but should you be worried?
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