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Cybercriminals register fake US Census Bureau domains to dupe unsuspecting citizens to provide personal information and install malware, the FBI warns. In a flash alert published in coordination with the federal government statistical agency, the FBI notes that they have observed around 63 domains impersonating the US Census Bureau. Read More

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The attack started on July 14 and was over the next day, when it became apparent that numerous high-profile accounts, including those of Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Barack Obama, and Jeff Bezos, were hijacked and leveraged to promote a cryptocurrency scam. The hackers, which were identified shortly after the incident, leveraged internal Twitter systems to […]

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Also tracked as TA407 and COBALT DICKENS, the adversary was previously observed launching similar attacks for two years in a row. In 2018, the group set up fake login pages for 76 universities. In 2019, Silent Librarian targeted more than 60 universities in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Switzerland, the United States, and the United Kingdom. […]

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