After having first denied that they suffered a breach and had their customer's data stolen and leaked on the Dark Web, mobile spyware maker mSpy has finally admitted that the incident happened, but they claim that only 80,000 customers (and not 400,000) have been affected.
FireEye researchers have calculated that the cybercriminals wielding TeslaCrypt and AlphaCrypt have managed to extort $76,522 from 163 victims in only two months.
The computer network of Pennsylvania State University's College of Engineering has been temporarily disconnected from the Internet in the wake of two "highly sophisticated cyberattacks," Penn State president Eric Barron has confirmed on Friday.
Adam Tyler is the Chief Innovative Officer at CSID.
mSpy, a company that sells "customized and user-friendly mobile and computer monitoring solutions," has apparently suffered a data breach.
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