LightBasin Hackers Breach at Least 13 Telecom Service Providers Since 2019 – Tempemail

A highly sophisticated adversary named LightBasin has been identified as behind a string of attacks targeting the telecom sector with the goal of collecting “highly specific information” from mobile communication infrastructure, such as subscriber information and call metadata. “The nature of the data targeted by the actor aligns with information Continue Reading

Apple’s New iCloud Private Relay Service Leaks Users’ Real IP Addresses – Tempemail

A new as-yet unpatched weakness in Apple’s iCloud Private Relay feature could be circumvented to leak users’ true IP addresses from iOS devices running the latest version of the operating system. Introduced with iOS 15, which was officially released this week, iCloud Private Relay aims to improve anonymity on the Continue Reading

The secrets to a perfect customer service email template

There are not many things more important than great customer service that is versatile enough to be delivered through multiple channels, such as customer service emails, customer service or courtesy calls, and so on. Good customer service can retain customers and increase their Customer Lifetime Value (CLV). This is because Continue Reading

India’s Koo, a Twitter-like Service, Found Vulnerable to Critical Worm Attacks – Tempemail

Koo, India’s homegrown Twitter clone, recently patched a serious security vulnerability that could have been exploited to execute arbitrary JavaScript code against hundreds of thousands of its users, spreading the attack across the platform. The vulnerability involves a stored cross-site scripting flaw (also known as persistent XSS) in Koo’s web Continue Reading

A Wide Range of Cyber Attacks Leveraging Prometheus TDS Malware Service – Tempemail

Multiple cybercriminal groups are leveraging a malware-as-a-service (MaaS) solution to distribute a wide range of malicious software distribution campaigns that result in the deployment of payloads such as Campo Loader, Hancitor, IcedID, QBot, Buer Loader, and SocGholish against individuals in Belgium as well as government agencies, companies, and corporations in Continue Reading

Kaseya Supply-Chain Attack Hits Nearly 40 Service Providers With REvil Ransomware – Tempemail

The threat actors behind the REvil ransomware gang appear to have pushed ransomware via an update for Kaseya’s IT management software, hitting around 40 customers worldwide, in what’s an instance of a widespread supply-chain ransomware attack. “Beginning around mid-day (EST/US) on Friday, July 2, 2021, Kaseya’s Incident Response team learned Continue Reading

Authorities Seize DoubleVPN Service Used by Cybercriminals – Tempemail

A coordinated international law enforcement operation resulted in the takedown of a VPN service called DoubleVPN for providing a safe haven for cybercriminals to cover their tracks. “On 29th of June 2021, law enforcement took down DoubleVPN,” the agencies said in a seizure notice splashed on the now-defunct site. “Law Continue Reading

Announcing Hack the Army 3.0 Results: A Conversation with Defense Digital Service, U.S. Army, and Hack the Army 3.0’s Top Hacker- Tempemail

Five years after the Defense Digital Service (DDS) launched the first-ever U.S. federal government bug bounty Challenge, we’re pleased to announce the results of Hack the Army 3.0, the third Challenge between DDS and the U.S. Army, and the 11th overall DDS bug bounty Challenge in partnership with Tempemail. Hack Continue Reading

Danish Secret Service Helped NSA Spy On European Politicians – Tempemail

The U.S. Tempemail Security Agency (NSA) used a partnership with Denmark’s foreign and military intelligence service to eavesdrop on top politicians and high-ranking officials in Germany, Sweden, Norway, and France by tapping into Danish underwater internet cables between 2012 and 2014. Details of the covert wiretapping were broken by Copenhagen-based Continue Reading

Twitter lists paid-for ‘Blue’ subscription service on app stores | Twitter- Tempemail

Twitter has listed a new paid-for “Twitter Blue” service on app stores, suggesting the social media company may soon launch its long-rumoured subscription service. Mobile phone app stores showed the service, although its expected features did not yet appear to be available. A subscription plan has long been expected as Continue Reading