Ticketmaster needs to burn in Hell

Well, Ticketmaster was fined a whopping $10 million (sarcasm is being laid on thick here) for illegally accessing a competitor’s systems (CrowdSurge). Ticketmaster hired a former employee and then started using credentials that he brought with him and started using those credentials in business practices and even used the passwords at a division wide summit. […]

Evidence of Adobe Flash…

So Adobe Flash is officially dead now (or will be in a few days…I just know its not getting any more updates). The question is, how to ENSURE its gone. We both know, people will keep using it if its still there. Besides using automated tools to rip it off desktops, how can we be […]

Whirlpool hit in Nefilim ransomware attack

The Home Appliance juggernaut was hit by Nefilim ransomware. I was not aware, but thanks to BleepingComputer but Whirlpool employs 77,000 people at 59 manufacturing & technology research centers worldwide and generated approximately $20 billion in revenue for 2019 and has the large brand names of KitchenAid, Maytag, Brastemp, Consul, Hotpoint, Indesit, and Bauknecht under […]

Vietnam Govt subject to a Supply Chain Attack

Looks like an app that was put together by the Vietnam Government Certification Authority (VGCA) that is required to be used that can be used to electronically sign official documents. ESET says that between July 23 and August 5, this year, the two files contained a backdoor trojan named PhantomNet, also known as Smanager. LINK