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Twitch confirms hack after source code and creator payout data leaks online

TechCrunch, Zack Whittaker
“…a leaker claims to have taken the video game streaming giant’s source code, as well as proprietary SDKs, or software development kits, which let developers integrate Twitch into their apps and services.” Read More

U.S. govt to sue contractors who hide breach incidents

Bleeping Computer, Ionut Ilascu
“The initiative will hold accountable entities or individuals that put U.S. information or systems at risk by knowingly providing deficient cybersecurity products or services, knowingly misrepresenting their cybersecurity practices or protocols, or knowingly violating obligations to monitor and report cybersecurity incidents and breaches.” Read More

Large ransom demands and password-guessing attacks escalate

Helpnet Security
“Ransomware gangs may have overdone it this time: the involvement of law enforcement in these high-impact incidents forced several gangs to leave the field. The same can’t be said for TrickBot, which appears to have bounced back from last year’s disruption efforts, doubling in our detections and boasting new features.” Read More

Largest mobile SMS routing firm discloses five-year-long breach

Bleeping Computer, Ionut Ilascu
“…it is easy to infer the type of data the hackers could access by breaching Syniverse: at least details about the source, destination, timestamps, general location, and possibly the content of the text messages.” Read More

Coinbase warns users of ‘large-scale’ phishing threat

Cnet, Julian Dossett
“To gain control of user accounts, scammers sent phishing emails that claimed to be from Coinbase. When users clicked on a link in the email and entered their account credentials, the perpetrators were able to see the credentials and take control of the accounts.” Read More

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