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Russian hackers using new Graphiron information stealer in Ukraine

Bill Toulas reports: The Russian hacking group known as ‘Nodaria’ (UAC-0056) is using a new information-stealing malware called ‘Graphiron’ to steal data from Ukrainian organizations. The Go-based malware can harvest a wide range of information, including account credentials, system, and app data. The malware will also capture screenshots and exfiltrate files from compromised machines....

CISA Releases Recovery Tool for VMware Ransomware Victims

Phil Muncaster reports: The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has published a new script designed to help ransomware victims recover any VMware virtual machines (VMs) impacted by a current global campaign. Ransomware payment tracker Ransomwhere estimated the number of victims at 3800, based on an “internet-wide” scanning effort on Monday. It said four payments had been...

Suspected Ransomware Attack Disables Some Systems At Ross Memorial Hospital

Pamela Vanmeer reports: Kawartha 411 News has learned a suspected ransomware attack has hit Ross Memorial Hospital disabling some important diagnostic systems and access to medical files. Patients in the Emergency Department notified Kawartha 411 this morning calling the situation “crazy”.  Patients say staff aren’t able to access the systems needed for treatment and...

Russian e-commerce giant exposed buyers’ delivery addresses

Jurgita Lapienytė reports: A leading electrical engineering company in Russia, Elevel, has exposed its customers’ personally identifiable information (PII,) including full names and addresses. Founded in 1991, Elevel (previously Eleko) positions itself as the leading Russian electrical engineering company that runs both an e-commerce business and wholesale stores. On January 24, the Cybernews research...

Saolta confirms data breach at LUH

Highland Radio reports: Saolta has confirmed that Letterkenny University Hospital is managing a data breach incident arising from the removal of one list of patients from the hospital premises. Source: Highland Radio

Clop ransomware has now found a new target

Danny Palmer reports: An experimental new version of a prolific form of ransomware has been seen targeting Linux systems for the first time. Clop ransomware first appeared in 2019 and, despite being hit by arrests and takedowns in 2021, continues to operate today, with the discovery of a new variant indicating the group is still keen...