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Wednesday, 29 June 2022 16:46

Ransomware volume skyrocketing: WatchGuard

According to security vendor WatchGuard Technologies' latest quarterly Internet Security Report, ransomware detections in the first quarter of 2022 are double the total reported for 2021.

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Police in the UK have charged two of the seven teenagers they arrested on 25 March on the charge of being connected to the Lapsus$ group that has been in the news recently over attacks on Samsung, Microsoft and Okta.

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Globant, an IT and software consultancy company based in Luxembourg, says it has found that a part of its code repository has been breached.

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Police in the UK have arrested seven teenagers who are allegedly connected to the attack group Lapsus$ that has been in the news recently over attacks on Samsung, Microsoft and Okta.

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Identity services provider Okta took two months to reveal a breach at a third-party provider and waited until the data that leaked out was exposed by a group of attackers known as Lapsus$.

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Identity services provider Okta has now changed its tune and says that 2.5% of its customers — which amounts to about 375 companies — have been affected by the January breach to which it admitted.

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The chief security officer of the identity services firm Okta has issued an updated statement about the claims of a breach of the company, saying there has been no breach and everything is fully operational.

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Authentication services provider Okta has allegedly been breached by the same group that got through the defences of Samsung and Microsoft, according to a claim made by the group on Monday, but the company has tied it to an event in January.

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The same group of attackers that leaked source code for Samsung Galaxy devices earlier this month, is now claiming that it has leaked the source of Microsoft products such as Bing and Cortana and also data about the WebXT compliance engineering projects.

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South Korean electronics giant Samsung has confirmed that internal company data, including source code for Galaxy devices, was pilfered during a recent intrusion.

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