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“I need a site hacker for $2,000,” “Break this site for $10K,” “Can you collect information from our competitors’ websites?” or “Can you delete reviews? Budget $300.” Posts like these, in which individuals try to hire black hats, have flooded some of the most active hacking forums on the dark web. Most such messages are […]

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The Thrive Themes represent a collection of themes and plugins that provide WordPress administrators with the means to quickly customize their websites. Two vulnerabilities that the Thrive Themes team addressed earlier this month are currently being targeted in live attacks to upload arbitrary files to vulnerable websites, and provide attackers with backdoor control to them. […]

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The man, Joshua Polloso Epifaniou, now 22, of Nicosia, Cyprus, was arrested in his country in May 2017 and was extradited to the United States in July 2020. In January 2021, Epifaniou admitted in court to perpetrating a scheme in which he hacked the websites of multiple companies, exfiltrated data of interest, and then contacted […]

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