FBI: Global ATM Heist Could Happen This Week 🏦
“The old line about Macs not getting viruses is sadly just a bad joke these days. Mac malware is alive and well, and just as with Windows, Apple’s software developers play a fun game of hide and seek with hackers when it comes to defenses.” How hackers can get past one of macOS’s best defenses against malware.
Good thing you don’t need any hacker skills to read today’s daily brief.
Austin, Texas-based MedSpring Urgent Care, which operates urgent care centers in five Midwestern and Southern states, is notifying 13,034 patients seen at its Illinois facilities about a potential data breach resulting from an employee who fell victim to an email phishing scam May 8.
Metro officials say some criminal affidavits attached to publicly available arrest warrants inappropriately included the Social Security numbers and other information of private residents. The city is offering one year of credit monitoring and identity theft protection service in response to the situation.
A newly discovered vulnerability in Microsoft’s Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) lets threat actors bypass multifactor authentication (MFA) as long as they have the username and password for another person on the same ADFS service. Microsoft patched the flaw today.
The FBI has obtained unspecified reporting indicating cybercriminals are planning to conduct a global Automated Teller Machine cash-out scheme in the coming days, likely associated with an unknown card issuer breach and commonly referred to as an ‘unlimited operation.’
Login attempts appear to be failing, and when password reset and recovery emails are requested, many users are reporting that the email addresses linked to their accounts have been changed to .ru domains.