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Cyberattack knocks down websites of the Israeli government

Israel appears to be recovering from a large-scale cyberattack. According to Haaretz and Kan’s Amichai Stein, attackers took down several Israeli government websites on Monday evening, including those for the ministries of health, interior, justice and welfare. The Prime Minister’s Office website was also affected. All of the websites are back online, the country’s National…

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Cyberattack forces Toyota to suspend vehicle production in Japan

Toyota has reportedly halted vehicle production at all its plants in Japan following a cyberattack against a major supplier, Nikkei has reported. “Due to a system failure at a domestic supplier (Kojima Industries Corporation), we have decided to suspend the operation of 28 lines at 14 plants in Japan on Tuesday, March 1st,” Toyota wrote…

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Nvidia is taken offline by an unprecedented cyberattack for two days

Digital Trends may earn a commission when you buy through links on our site. Nvidia announced that its network has been compromised, and the company is in the process of investigating a potential cybersecurity breach that took down the chipmaker’s systems over the last two days. The latest cybersecurity concern adds to Nvidia’s problems with…

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Cyberattack was attempted against a western government ‘entity’ in Ukraine, researchers say

Join today’s leading executives online at the Data Summit on March 9th. Register here. Last month, a Russia-linked threat actor attempted a cyberattack in Ukraine against an “entity” that’s part of an unidentified western government, according to researchers in Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 organization. The attempted attack took place on January 19, and was…

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Cyberattack hits Ukraine government websites amid tensions with Russia

Hackers have hit around 70 Ukraine government department websites, forcing many of them offline. A message in Ukrainian, Russian and Polish on the country’s foreign ministry site reportedly read “Ukrainians! All your personal data has been uploaded to the public network. All data on the computer is destroyed, it is impossible to restore them.” The…

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Hong Kong cyberattack reveals that Apple favors latest OS versions for security updates

Why it matters: As news of a cyberattack in Hong Kong circulated this week, its effectiveness revealed a discrepancy in how Apple pushes security updates for its different operating systems. It’s not surprising that the latest OS versions get security patches first, but the immediately preceding versions, still in wide use, can face months-long delays…