by Paul Ducklin US food delivery compeny PurFoods, which trades as Mom’s Meals, has just admitted to a cyberintrusion that took place from 2023-01-16 to 2023-02-22. The company stated officially that: [The] cyberattack […] included the encryption of certain files in our network. Because the investigation identified the presence of . . . Read more
by Naked Security writer This wasn’t your typical cyberextortion situation. More precisely, it followed what you might think of as a well-worn path, so in that sense it came across as “typical” (if you will pardon the use of the word typical in the context of a serious cybercrime), but . . . Read more
Another day, another “sophisticated” attack. This time, the company has handily included some useful advice along with its mea culpa…
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