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Euros-Driven Football Fever Nets Dumb Passwords

The top easy-to-crack, football-inspired password in a database of 1 billion unique, clear-text, breached passwords? You probably guessed it: “Football.” The European soccer championship (a.k.a. the Euros) is stoking maximum football fever, which has slopped over into easy-to-crack passwords. Such as, say, “football.” That password is of course easy as . . . Read more

REvil Hits US Nuclear Weapons Contractor: Report

“We hereby keep a right (sic) to forward all of the relevant documentation and data to military agencies of our choise (sic)” REvil reportedly wrote. Sol Oriens, a subcontractor for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that works on nuclear weapons with the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA), last month . . . Read more

Fujitsu SaaS Hack Sends Govt. of Japan Scrambling

Tech giant disables ProjectWEB cloud-based collaboration platform after threat actors gained access and nabbed files belonging to several state entities. Threat actors have stolen files from several official government agencies of Japan by hacking into Fujitsu’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform and gaining access to its systems. The Japan-based tech giant temporarily . . . Read more