Ransomware hackers made good on a threat to publish patient and staff data stolen from a French hospital after administrators said they refused on principal to pay out. François Braun, French minister of social affairs and health, said that the government will "not give in to these criminals."
The chief executive of Portugal's state-owned airline said she will not negotiate with hackers even as the Ragnar Locker ransomware-as-a-service group posted online the data of 1.5 million customers. "We hope you support us in this ethical attitude," said Christine Ourmières-Widener.
Whoever stole $160 million from Wintermute, the cryptocurrency trading firm's CEO, Evgeny Gaevoy, would like the money back, minus 10% that's on the house. A hack of the London-based crypto market maker rocked the company, which supplies liquidity to cryptocurrency trading.
School is out for more than 3,000 students of a suburban Detroit district undergoing its second day of forensics analysis following an online attack. Students have been told not to use district-issued Chromebooks. Federal authorities have warned that school districts are targets of ransomware gangs.
Customers of app-based bank Revolut should be on guard for phishing attempts after a data breach exposed personal details such as names, emails and telephone numbers. The London-based fintech startup told Lithuanian authorities the hacking incident affects more than 50,000 customers.
A newly uncovered vulnerability in a wallet addressing tool may be the reason a hacker stole $160 million in digital assets from market maker Wintermute. The company's CEO tweeted that the company is solvent and will honor requests to repay lenders.
One of the internet's worst websites is down following a weekend hack that may have exposed the email, password and IP address of Kiwi Farms users. A statement on the site says hackers gained access to site administrator Joshua Moon's account. Site users stalk transgender and nonbinary people.
Apple issued a patch for a zero-day vulnerability likely exploited in the wild that allows a malicious iPhone app to execute arbitrary code with kernel-level privileges, marking the second smartphone kernel code execution bug fixed by the company in as many months.
Iran is again implicated in a cyberattack against Albania, this time on a border-crossing system. Albanian government officials acknowledged the attack on Saturday, just days after the country broke off relations with Tehran in a rebuke for launching an assault on Albania's e-government portal.
A U.S. law enforcement investigation involving multiple countries resulted in the shutdown of an online marketplace selling millions of Social Security numbers, payment cards and other credentials. Prosecutors unsealed a complaint against a Moldovan man fingered as the operator.
China again accused the United States of cyberespionage as it seeks to reframe the global narrative on hacking. China's status as the world's worst cyber thief "annoys them tremendously," says Jim Lewis of CSIS. Beijing says it caught the NSA hacking into Northwestern Polytechnical University.
California's largest public school district and the second-largest in the U.S. is undergoing a ransomware attack. The attack has disrupted the district's email system but fundamental school system functions - including instruction and transportation, food and after-school programs - are unaffected.
Chile's national consumer protection agency was hit by a ransomware attack affecting online services and containing indicators connecting the malware with the Conti ransomware-as-a-service group. A government official says national policy is not to pay ransoms.
The Russian digital streaming platform Start acknowledged a data breach but downplayed its severity and said the vulnerability has been fixed. A Russian-language Telegram channel that monitors the dark web says it has published information on nearly 44 million customers.
A probe into alleged use of Pegasus spyware on Indian citizens identified malware on five of the 29 volunteers who submitted their devices for forensic examination. The nature of the malware was not disclosed, but Chief Justice of India said New Delhi did not cooperate with investigators.