Archive for the ‘Hacked’ Category

Sim Swap Attack: Bart Stephens

Monday, August 21st, 2023

Bart Stephens Sim Swap

Sim Swaps and Cryptocurrency Scams

Monday, August 21st, 2023

An In-depth Exploration of Sim Swaps In the digital era, cyber threats continuously evolve. Two of the most concerning forms of digital fraud are SIM swaps and cryptocurrency scams. As cryptocurrencies gain mainstream acceptance, it’s critical for consumers to be vigilant against these perils. This article provides a comprehensive overview of SIM swaps and the […]

Daxin Backdoor Tied to Chinese Threat Actor

Wednesday, March 16th, 2022

As if Russian cyber threats weren’t enough, this week opened with a reminder that we can’t turn our backs on the danger from Chinese hackers. Threat hunting researchers raised the global alarm Monday on a highly sophisticated piece of malware being used by China-linked threat actors. The malware, known as Daxin, appears to be part […]

Beware of the Backdoor Pathway

Tuesday, January 25th, 2022

As if there isn’t enough news of crisis in the Cyberworld, such as nation-state threats and career criminals using malware automations, now your problem could be safely incubating inside your own fence. Specifically, a WordPress backdoor that leads to the front door of your business where all the keys hang.  Introducing CVE-2021-24867. The trouble centers […]

Cyber Attacks and the Risk of Bank Failures

Monday, December 13th, 2021

By: Craig Petronella, Founder of USA Best Cybersecurity Solutions, HQ in Raleigh, North Carolina In the 21st century, banking and other financial transactions have joined the long list of activities that are powered by computers. We pay bills online, make purchases with credit cards, and move and invest our money on the web. This convenience and […]

Cyber Attack: GoDaddy Hacked

Wednesday, November 24th, 2021

In 2021, the hacker hits keep coming! Look out for upcoming information on forecasted trends in 2022 soon. With headlines awash in reports of bigger and more alarming hacking activity month after month, the latest comes from major domain registrar and web hosting company GoDaddy, which announced on Monday that it had discovered a data breach on November 17.   GoDaddy’s November 22 […]