California Pizza Kitchen Suffers Data Breach, SSN of 100k Individuals Exposed

The US pizza chain California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) allegedly suffered a data breach that exposed the names and Social Security Numbers (SSNs) of over 100,000 current and former employees. What…

California Pizza Kitchen Serves Up Employee SSNs in Data Breach

A hefty slice of data – that of 100K+ current and former employees – was spilled in an “external system breach,” the pizza chain said.  California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) served…

Red Team: C2 frameworks for pentesting

Infosec Institute –  Infosec Institute –  C2 frameworks — the abbreviation to the Command and Control (C&C) infrastructure — are how red teamers and pentesters can control compromised machines during…

FBI Says Its System Was Exploited to Email Fake Cyberattack Alert

The alert was mumbo jumbo, but it was indeed sent from the bureau’semail system, from the agency’s own internet address. The FBI admitted on Monday morning that an attacker exploited…

Hackers fire off hoax email messages from FBI account after exploiting misconfigured server

Written by Tim Starks Nov 15, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP Hackers sent a barrage of fake emails over the weekend using an FBI email account, the agency acknowledged, to falsely warn…

FBI’s Email Servers Were Hacked

The FBI’s email systems were hacked, and spam emails mimicking FBI warnings were sent out. The emails were warning in regards to a “sophisticated chain assault” perpetrated by an advanced threat…

FBI Fixes Misconfigured Server After Hoax Email Alert

FBI Fixes Misconfigured Server After Hoax Email Alert The FBI has fixed a misconfigured web portal that allowed hacktivists to send thousands of fake emails to recipients. News emerged over…

Bad form: FBI server sending fake emails taken offline and fixed, no data impacted

Image: Dzelat/Shutterstock The FBI has placed the blame for a weekend fake email incident on a misconfiguration in its Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP) that allowed emails to be sent…

Ransomware experts question massive Pysa/Mespinoza victim dump

The Pysa ransomware group dumped dozens of victims onto their leak site this week right after US law enforcement officials announced a range of actions taken against ransomware groups.  More…

Missouri apologizes to 600k teachers who had SSNs and private info exposed

Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has apologized to the 620,000 past and present educators who had their sensitive information — including their social security numbers — exposed…