Fail0verflow, a hacking collective claims to have obtained the root encryption keys for the PlayStation 5. (PS5). Possession of these keys is the first step toward gaining access to a gaming console that allows the installation of homebrew software.
Furthermore, another hacker has shared information indicating that they were able to compromise the most recent PS5 devices.
An email spam watchdog group discovered that an apparently malicious hacker sent spam emails from an FBI email server to at least 100,000 people on Friday night.
The individual’s motivations are unknown. The email message was a strange, technically incoherent warning that mentioned cybersecurity writer Vinny Troia as well as a cybercriminal organisation called The Dark Overlord. Night Lion Security, Troia’s company, published research on The Dark Overlord in January.
The hacker signed off as the United States Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber Threat Detection and Analysis Group, which hasn’t existed in at least two years.
Over the last two years, the researchers examined over 30,000 vulnerabilities and discovered significant flaws in modern security platforms and processes for detecting and mitigating Magecart attacks.
There were also significant lapses in enterprises disclosing security vulnerabilities or exploits occurring along their digital supply chains to their customers, ultimately putting all consignments at risk.
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