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The personal information of approximately 46,000 US veterans was compromised after unauthorized individuals gained access to a Financial Service Center application, the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disclosed on Monday. According to a press release, the unauthorized users who gained access to the application managed to change financial information and divert multiple VA payments […]

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A credential stuffing attack targeting Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) accounts has forced the government tax collector to suspend its online services over the weekend. The compromised accounts were linked to the GCKey portal, a system used by 30 federal departments allowing citizens to access services such as employment insurance, immigration applications and COVID-19 relief benefits. […]

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In the last two weeks, Bitdefender telemetry has picked up a spam campaign leveraging the Coca-Cola Company name. The subject lines ranged from “COCA-COLA LOTTERY ORGANIZATION” to “Coca Cola Email Draw UK 2020 -Coca Cola Lucky Winner 2020” and other similar titles. However, they all claim the recipients have won a cash prize or lottery […]

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