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No 10 network targeted with spyware, says group

Researchers say they warned UK officials about being targeted, but the software's makers deny the claims.

UK donates 225 million stolen passwords to hack-checking site

The National Crime Agency hands over 225 million stolen passwords to a hack-checking site.

UK govt warns thousands of SMBs their online stores were hacked

The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) says it warned the owners of more than 4,000 online stores that their sites were compromised in Magecart attacks to steal the payment info of customers.

American Express Fined for Sending Millions of Spam Messages

British regulators ruled that Amex sent 4 million nuisance emails to opted-out customers.

Flubot: Warning over major Android 'package delivery' scam

A rapidly spreading text-message scam is infecting Android phones across the UK.

Microsoft hack: 3,000 UK email servers remain unsecured

The UK's National Cyber Security Centre warns that more than 3,000 servers have not been secured.

Beware of active UK NHS COVID-19 vaccination phishing campaign

A very active phishing campaign is underway pretending to be from the UK's National Health Service (NHS), alerting recipients that they are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

Subway customers receive 'malware' emails

Subway customers in the UK are receiving scam emails as part of a phishing attack. Users took to social media to complain about the emails, which claim to be an order confirmation from the fast-food chain and contain links to malware.

Wisepay: School payments service hit by cyber-attack

The firm is used by parents for cashless school meal top-ups or exam fees.

Blackbaud: Bank details and passwords at risk in giant charities hack

The National Trust is among those believed to be affected by the latest development.

AWS Facial Recognition Platform Misidentified Over 100 Politicians As Criminals

Facial recognition technology is still misidentifying people at an alarming rate – even as it’s being used by police departments to make arrests. In fact, Paul Bischoff, consumer privacy expert with Comparitech, found that Amazon’s face recognition platform incorrectly misidentified more than 100 photos of US and UK lawmakers as criminals.

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