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Tulsa warns residents that police citations and reports leaked to Dark Web after Conti ransomware attack
The Conti ransomware group attacked the city of Tulsa in May and leaked more than 18,000 City files containing personal information.
According to a Spanish newspaper, McAfee was found dead in a prison cell on Wednesday while awaiting extradition to the US.
Workbench allows users to explore, create, annotate, and share extensions of the ATT&CK knowledge base.
According to the report, more than 66% of all applications used by the utility sector had at least one exploitable vulnerability open throughout the year.
Reproductive Biology Associates said the medical information of nearly 40,000 patients had been stolen.
"I looked at him and said: 'How would you feel if ransomware took on the pipelines from your oil fields?'” Biden reportedly asked Putin.
Police in Ukraine raided 21 buildings and homes near Kyiv that they said were connected to the Clop ransomware group.
Auth0 said that in the first 90 days of 2021, their platform detected breached passwords being used at an average of more than 26,600 per day.
The attack requires physical access, but there are thousands of publicly available Peloton bikes at hotels, gyms, and apartment complexes across the world.