This week was a CRAZY week in cybersecurity with new ransomware (poorly designed I might add), A Dell breach, 50K Printers across the world being hacked and of course.. The Marriott hack. Where did all of our sanity go? Apparently someone hacked that too because mine seems to have been exfiltrated.. Tune in, check it out and thanks for stopping by.

New Ransomware Spreading Rapidly In China

A new ransomware is spreading rapidly across China that has already infected more than 100,000 computers in the last four days as a result of a supply-chain attack… and the number of infected users is continuously increasing every hour.

Dell Resets All Customers’ Passwords After Potential Breach

Multinational computer technology company Dell disclosed Wednesday that its online electronics marketplace experienced a “cybersecurity incident”. Earlier this month when an unknown group of hackers infiltrated its internal network. On November 9, Dell detected and disrupted unauthorized activity on its network. Hackers were attempting to steal customer information, including their names, email addresses and hashed passwords.

Someone Hacked 50,000 Printers To Promote PewDiePie YouTube Channel

The war for “most-subscribed Youtube channel” crown between T-Series and PewDiePie just took an interesting turn after a hacker hijacked more than 50,000 internet connected printers worldwide. Printing out flyers asking everyone to subscribe to PewDiePie YouTube channel.

500 Million Marriott Guest Records Stolen In Starwood Data Breach

The world’s biggest hotel chain Marriott International today disclosed that unknown hackers compromised guest reservation database of its subsidiary Starwood hotels. Hackers walked away with personal details of about 500 million guests.

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