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Russ Roberts (https://www.hawaiicybersecurityjournal.net and https://paper.li/RussellRoberts).

Most dangerous ransomware groups of 2022

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Leaked API keys of three popular email service providers allowed threat actors to perform various unauthorized actions such as sending emails, accessing mailing lists and personal data, deleting API keys, and modifying two-factor authentication, hence putting 54 million users at risk.

FIN7 hackers

Notorious cybercrime gang FIN7 has proven links with major ransomware gangs such as LockBit, Darkside, and REvil.

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The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Wednesday proposed a record $300 million fine against an auto warranty robocall campaign that hounded millions of consumers back in 2021.

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