Acquiring Area 1 Security has allowed Cloudflare to extend its network protection capabilities from DDoS attacks to phishing emails, says co-founder and CEO Matthew Prince. Area 1's technology means customers will enjoy a better rate of detection with fewer false positives than legacy offerings.
Pro-Kremlin KillNet hackers took down the website of the European Parliament on Wednesday in a DDoS attack that came just hours after the legislative body declared Russia a terrorist state. The website was still down late in the day as part of a string of hacktivist attacks against allied nations.
The U.S. government seized seven fake cryptocurrency domains used in a confidence scam based on long-term emotional manipulation of victims that netted criminals more than $10 million. Perpetrators scammed five victims by spoofing the website of the Singapore International Monetary Exchange.
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Self-proclaimed Russian hacktivist group KillNet took responsibility for distributed denial-of-service attacks launched against the public websites of several U.S. airports. It emerged in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and in May tried to stop online voting for the Eurovision Song Contest.
One of the internet's worst websites is down following a weekend hack that may have exposed the email, password and IP address of Kiwi Farms users. A statement on the site says hackers gained access to site administrator Joshua Moon's account. Site users stalk transgender and nonbinary people.
Attackers could block access to every Contec patient monitoring device connected to a hospital network by sending a single malformed packet, security researchers warn. U.S. authorities say China-based Contec hasn't responded to outreach to fix the flaws.