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Akira ransomware gang says it stole passport scans from Lush • The Register

The Akira ransomware gang is claiming responsiblity for the “cybersecurity incident” at British bath bomb merchant.
Akira says it has stolen 110 GB of data from the UK-headquartered global cosmetics giant, which has more than 900 stores worldwide, allegedly including “a lot of personal…

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China-Linked Espionage Groups Target Asian Telecoms

Three Chinese-linked cyber-espionage groups, called Fireant, Neeedleminer, and Firefly by Broadcom’s cybersecurity division Symantec, have targeted telecommunications operators in Asia. Compromising these operators allows the