Cybersecurity Daily News for July 24, 2021

Florida’s Department of Economic opportunity exposes more than 57,000 records in data breach of unemployment data; Data of participants and volunteers of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics exposed in data breach; and security researchers identify multiple encryption flaws in Telegram messaging service.

Headlines


The FBI Is Locating Cars By Spying On Their WiFi – forbes.com
Possible ‘white hat hacker’ exploits THORChain for $8M, proposes 10% bounty – cointelegraph.com
Emma Willard School hit by ransomware attack – timesunion.com
More than 57,000 unemployment accounts targeted in DEO data breach – msn.com
UPMC Finalizes $2.65 Million Settlement For 2014 Employee Data Breach – news.yahoo.com
Your Information May Have Been Compromised in Yale New Haven Health’s Data Breach – msn.com
Mobile County Commission notifies employees of data breach – wkrg.com
Tokyo 2020 reportedly suffers ticket-related data breach – insidethegames.biz
Multiple encryption flaws uncovered in Telegram messaging protocol – portswigger.net

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