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  1. 500K+ records of C-level people from Capital Economics leaked online Experts from Cyble recently found a leak of 500K+ records of C-level people from Capital Economics on a Russian-speaking forum. During a routine Darkweb monitoring, researchers from Cyble found a leak of 500K+ records of C-level people from Capital Economics on a Russian-speaking forum. CapitalEconomics.com is one of the leading independent economic research companies in the world that provides macroeconomic, financial market and sectoral forecasts and consultancy. “Up
  2. Hackers leak stolen Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine data online The European Medicines Agency (EMA) today revealed that some of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine data stolen from its servers in December was leaked online. EMA is a decentralized agency responsible for reviewing and approving COVID-19 vaccines, as well as for evaluating, monitoring, and supervising any new medicines introduced to the EU. "The ongoing investigation of the cyberattack on EMA revealed that some of the unlawfully accessed documents related to COVID-19 medicines and vaccines belon
  3. Nissan investigating possible source code exposure Nissan is examining whether source code for its North American division’s mobile apps, marketing tools and more have leaked online, the company said. “We are aware of a claim regarding a reported improper disclosure of Nissan’s confidential information and source code,” said a Nissan spokesperson. “We take this type of matter seriously and are conducting an investigation.” Tillie Kottmann, a software engineer, publicized the apparently leaked information earlier this week on Twitter and Telegram. They told Cy
  4. Three big movies, all of which are being touted as Oscar contenders for Best Picture, have leaked online to torrent and streaming sites. Promising Young Woman, Nomadland & Minari were released in WEBSCR format, meaning that they were all sourced from secure online screenings that should have been limited to select viewers. All year round pirate sites are key sources for the latest movies but around Christmas time and the turn of the New Year, visitors are often treated to unexpected gems. These often appear in the form of screener copies
  5. Leaked Nintendo documents have revealed a frightening surveillance operation carried out against a hacker who was researching exploits for the 3DS handheld. In addition to monitoring his private life, including aspects of his education, when he left the house and where he went, the company followed its target from his place of work in order to pressure him into stopping his activities. Projects to protect the intellectual property rights of corporations are underway all around the world on a continual basis but it is rare for operational details to leak out t
  6. BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai has apologised to Europe's industry chief Thierry Breton over a leaked internal document proposing ways to counter the EU's tough new rules for technology companies. Google CEO Sundar Pichai Pichai and Breton exchanged views in a video-conference call late on Thursday, the third this year, according to a statement from the European Commission. “The Internet cannot remain a ‘Wild West’: we need clear and transparent rules, a predictable environment and balanced rights and obligations,” Breton told Pichai.
  7. Microsoft's forthcoming Cloud PC remote Windows experience for Windows 10, macOS, iOS and Android takes shape. A fresh leak has revealed more details about what Microsoft may offer customers when it launches 'Cloud PC', a forthcoming Azure desktop service built on top of Windows Virtual Desktop. As ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley reported in July, Microsoft is gearing up to release a virtualized Windows PC experience under the Cloud PC brand, offering customers a way to use their own machine as a type of thin client that can access a remote Windows desktop and use software
  8. The phone will reportedly have a 6.6" display and a 5,000 mAh battery. What you need to know A recently leaked photo shows off the Moto G 5G with a Snapdragon 750G SoC. This could be one of the first phones to use Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 750G. The phone will reportedly have a 6.66-inch display, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 5,000 mAh battery. A recently leaked photo by Slashleaks has revealed the Moto G 5G, Motorola's next 5G budget phone with Qualcomm's brand-new Snapdragon 750G chipset.
  9. The iPhone 12 mini won’t be available for pre-order until next week, but a YouTuber has managed to get his hands on one early. The video offers our first real-world look at the iPhone 12 mini, and its new 5.4-inch display alongside comparisons to other iPhone models as well. The over 40-minute-long video from the Romanian YouTuber George Buhnici serves as our first look at the iPhone 12 mini outside of Apple’s special event earlier this month. The device won’t be available for pre-order until November 6, and the first orders won’t arrive until November 13. We expect ea
  10. Details about hackers obtained the files remain unclear. Ransomware gang also threatened to leak the source code of Watch Dogs: Legion, an upcoming Ubisoft game. A ransomware gang going by the of Egregor has leaked data it claims to have obtained from the internal networks of two of today's largest gaming companies — Ubisoft and Crytek. Data allegedly taken from each company has been published on the ransomware gang's dark web portal on Tuesday. Details about how the Egregor gang obtained the data remain unclear. Ransomware gangs lik
  11. Last month there was excitement when the source code for Windows XP was leaked online. The big question, however, was how quickly Microsoft would act to have it disappeared from the web. The partial answer is that the company took 10 days to have one public repository taken down. And that was hosted on Github, a platform owned by Microsoft itself. When Microsoft’s Windows XP launched in 2001, it was somewhat of a revelation. Built on Windows NT and a clear step up from the consumer variants of Windows that preceded it, the OS reigned for yea
  12. Several pirated copies of the sci-fi thriller 'Tenet' have appeared online. The leaks, which were recorded in theaters, appear to have at least two sources. One has badly cropped Korean subtitles and the other, which is sponsored by a gambling company, reveals partial German subtitles. Whether Warner Bros. should be overly concerned about these leaks is up for debate. In recent months many films have skipped the box office or faced delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. This was also the case for Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated s
  13. NASA and its Russian counterparts identified a tiny pressure leak on the International Space Station Wednesday, which may have been caused by a micrometeorite strike. The International Space Station is seen in this view from the space shuttle Discovery after the undocking of the two spacecraft. NASA and its Russian counterparts identified a tiny pressure leak on the International Space Station Wednesday, which may have been caused by a micrometeorite strike. Dmitry Rogozin, head of Russian space agency Roscosmos told state news agency TASS that a “micro-fractu
  14. Despite a leak of its source code, an Android program aimed at compromising online bank accounts is still commanding $5,000 per copy, one of the highest prices seen for a type of malware, according to research from Symantec. Symantec and RSA published details on their blogs on Tuesday about iBanking, which is being used by two Eastern European cybercrime groups to intercept one-time SMS passcodes used for logging into bank accounts. IBanking is notable for its wide range of features and defensive measures that thwart analysis by security researchers. It can steal just about any information on
  15. A leaked copy of Expendables 3 was made available to 'pirate' release groups mid-July, TF has learned. Concerned at the nature of the leak, a release was shied away from, but a small public torrent uploaded by a fairly low profile Pirate Bay user changed all that. Last week saw the leak online of the brand new Expendables movie. Earmarked for an August 15 U.S. release, Expendables 3 leaked in near DVD quality a full two weeks ahead. The timing and quality combined to make the leak one of the most prominent in recent years. While the original sources of these leaks are nearly always shrouded
  16. Hackers from Cyber Berkut group are claiming to hack and leak personal emails belonging to Colonel V.M. Pushenko. of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense. In an email one of the representative from Cyber Berkut claimed that the leaked emails contain confidential conversation between officials about ongoing conflict between Ukraine and Russia. The content of email conversation is available below: The claimed leaked emails are available here in Russian language. This is not the first time when hackers have a high profile leak. In February 13, 2014 Anonymous hackers claimed to hack and leak secre
  17. Pirated Promo Screeners of ‘American Gods’ and Other TV-Shows Leak Online Unreleased episodes of several high-profile TV-shows including American Gods, The 100, Bless This Mess, and Knightfall have leaked online. The leaks appear to come from promotional screeners, some of which carry revealing watermarks. The pirate releases are sponsored by a Russian gambling site. Roughly a decade ago, new episodes of TV-series regularly found their way onto the Internet, before appearing on TV. These leaks were often linked to promotional sc
  18. Images of what appears to be packaging boxes of AMD's upcoming third-generation Threadripper processors have leaked, and it seems like the company is set to continue the tradition of fancy-looking packaging for Threadripper CPUs. The leak indicates that the launch of Threadripper 3000 series processors is nearly upon us and in fact, Videocardz alleges that these, alongside the accompanying TRX40 chipset motherboards, may be launching as early as tomorrow. A previous report had mentioned a possible November 5 announcement which has evidently been pushed bac
  19. So small that it doesn’t require FAA approval An early retail listing on Newegg’s Canadian store has given us official images of DJI’s unannounced Mavic Mini, as well as listing its specs. DJI’s new drone is something of an open secret at this point. We saw an FCC listing for the drone back in August, and DroneDJ published hands on images just last week. But the retailer listing adds credence to those earlier leaks, and prices the diminutive drone at $646.15 Canadian dollars (around $494) when sold with DJI’s Fly More kit. One of the more important specs li
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    Intel Frost Canyon NUC Details Leak

    Intel's tiny desktop PC gets 10th-gen Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processor upgrades. If you're looking for a tiny/budget desktop PC you can't go far wrong by choosing to buy an Intel NUC. It's worth holding off on purchasing one right now, though, as the next generation of NUCs just leaked. As Liliputing reports, the new Intel Frost Canyon NUC models are expected to be officially announced soon, but promotional images for the new tiny PCs have leaked via Chinese website Kgula. As the images reveal, it's hard to make the NUC look much di
  21. Google has fired an employee for leaking and sharing names and personal details of staffers to the media. Additionally, it has placed two other employees on leave for violation of company policies. The move comes amidst rising tension between employees and management. Workers have been unhappy with the way the management has dealt with sexual harassment cases. Last year, Google employees worldwide staged a walkout in protest of this. The search giant is currently investigating the employees who were placed on leave. A Google spokeswoman said that one of the employees lo
  22. Oops Microsoft has accidentally released an internal-only version of Windows 10 to testers, revealing a new Start menu design. The software giant has distributed Windows 10 build 18947, meant for internal Xbox development, to Windows Insider testers using 32-bit devices. It’s an internal-only build from the company’s canary branch, and yet Microsoft has published it to all Windows 10 testers whether they’re in release preview, fast ring, or even slow ring testing. Thankfully, it’s only released to 32-bit systems, which aren’t widely used, but it’s
  23. Hot on the heals of the news that Asus has announced its very own smartphone with a display notch ala the iPhone X with the arrival of the ZenFone 5, we also have news that another popular Android smartphone maker appears to be set to follow Apple’s lead in making a flagship phone that has a notch at the top of the display, allowing for an almost bezel-free phone while still having somewhere for all those important sensors and camera lenses to live. Photos of what appears to be a OnePlus 6 have started to pop up online, and they show what is becoming a bit of a trend among Android phone m
  24. Several HTC employees, including a senior executive, have been indicted in Taiwan for leaking company secrets, falsifying expenses, and taking kickbacks, reports The Wall Street Journal. Thomas Chien, HTC's vice president of product design, is alleged to have leaked upcoming smartphone interface designs to a partner who he planned to start a new business with. Along with five other HTC employees, Chien has reportedly also been charged for collectively receiving around 33.57 million New Taiwan dollars (US$1.12 million) by falsifying expenses and receiving kickbacks from suppliers. Three employe
  25. Back in August, five HTC employees were cuffed and detained for allegedly leaking sensitive internal information pertaining to HTC interface designs to third-parties in mainland China. As if HTC didn't have it hard enough already, three of those happen to be some pretty essential executives within the struggling Taiwanese company – VP of Product Design Thomas Chien, R&D director Wu Hung and senior manager Justin Huang. The same were allegedly about to wait out their mid-year bonuses and call it quits, having already incorporated their own design company in China. As if leaking sensitive
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