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Crowe accounting firm confirms MOVEit impact limited
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Crowe accounting firm confirms MOVEit impact limited

Crowe, a leading international accountancy and tax consultancy firm, has confirmed to Cybernews that it is the most recent provider of financial services to be affected by the Cl0p MOVEit breach. The Chicago-based accounting, consulting, and technology firm was featured earlier this week on the Cl0p dark leak website. However, a firm representative said that the number of Crowe customers who were affected by the MOVEit assaults was very low - perhaps as a result of the security department's rapid response. "Crowe LLP took swift action upon learning of the vulnerability involving MOVEit file transfer read more Crowe accounting firm confirms MOVEit impact limited.
MOVEit breach exposes data of 45,000 New York City students
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MOVEit breach exposes data of 45,000 New York City students

The MOVEit transfer flaw was used to compromise the New York City Department of Education (DOE), revealing the personal information of almost 45,000 city students. According to the DOE's incident report, the attack exposed sensitive information about students, personnel, and connected service providers. After discovering the problem, the department immediately patched it and shut down the servers. The MOVEit transfer flaw allowed hackers to gain access to and download the data kept there, and the DOE was one of many organizations that it affected read more MOVEit breach exposes data of 45000 New York City students. Stay one step ahead of cyber threats with ReconBee.com. Explore our comprehensive coverage of recent cyber attacks, cybersecurity awareness, and the latest cybersecuri...
Clop Ransomware Gang Likely Aware of MOVEit Transfer Vulnerability Since 2021
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Clop Ransomware Gang Likely Aware of MOVEit Transfer Vulnerability Since 2021

In a joint alert, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) discuss the active ransomware distribution using Progress Software's MOVEit Transfer application's recently disclosed major vulnerability. The managed file transfer (MFT) solution called MOVEit Transfer from Progress Software purportedly has a SQL injection vulnerability that The Cl0p Ransomware Gang, also known as TA505, has reportedly started using. A web shell called LEMURLOOT infected MOVEit Transfer online applications that were accessible via the internet, and this shell was then utilized to steal data from MOVEit Transfer databases read more Clop Ransomware Gang Likely Aware of MOVEit Transfer Vulnerability Since 2021. Stay one step ahead of cybe...