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WSB-TV

October 18, 2018  |  WSB-TV

Your personal information is for sale on the dark web

This may surprise you: Georgia voter roll data is for sale on a secret online forum for hackers and criminals. Channel 2’s Justin Gray learned that on a dark web hacking forum, $250 will buy you voter roll information on all the voters in the state of Georgia....
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Tripwire

October 17, 2018  |  Tripwire, Maritza Santillan

35 Million US Voter Registration Records Found for Sale on Dark Web

Weeks before the November midterm elections, roughly 35 million U.S. voter registration records from 19 states have appeared for sale on the dark web. Researchers from Anomali Labs and Intel 471 discovered the data for sale, which reportedly includes voters’ “full name, phone numbers, physical addresses, voting history, and...
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Forbes

October 17, 2018  |  Forbes, Lee Mathews

Millions of Voter Records Are For Sale On Hacker Forums

There are just under three weeks until the 2018 midterm elections. It's not great timing, then, to learn that a user on a hacking forum is selling voter data on millions of Americans. The timing couldn't be worse. As election day approaches candidates continue to ramp up their...
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Bleeping Computer

October 15, 2018  |  Bleeping Computer, Ionut Ilaascu

Tens of Millions of U.S. Voter Records for Sale

An advertisement on a forum that sells data breach information is also offering the personally identifiable details and voting history of millions of US residents. The estimated size of the cache is in excess of 35 million records.The announcement says that the data sold is from updated statewide voter lists,...
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ZDNet

October 15, 2018  |  ZDNet, Catalin-Cimpanu

US voter records from 19 states sold on hacking forum

The voter information for approximately 35 million US citizens is being peddled on a popular hacking forum, two threat intelligence firms have discovered."To our knowledge this represents the first reference on the criminal underground of actors selling or distributing lists of 2018 voter registration data," said researchers from Anomali Labs...
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STC

September 4, 2018  |  STC

STC Establishes a platform to Share cyber threats information in Collaboration with Anomali

STC signed an agreement with Anomali Company to establish a platform for cyber threats information sharing. The agreement focuses on enhancing the methods of dealing with cyber threats in STC group and its subsidiaries. The agreement also, enables the group to use the latest technologies in cybersecurity, analyse data (cyber),...
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SC Media

August 28, 2018  |  SC Media, Dan Cure

SC Media September Product Reviews

The Anomali Threat Platform automates the identification of serious attacks targeting organizations, prioritizes threats based on their severity and confidence, and provides context to understand and respond to the threat. Anomali offers this platform not only as an on-premises solution, but also as Software as a Service (Saas), which is...
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Axios

August 28, 2018  |  Axios, John Uchill

State elections emails are easy for hackers to fake

Very few (only 4%) of state elections offices across the 50 states, Washington D.C. and the three U.S. territories use adequate protection to keep hackers from sending email from those offices' official email addresses, according to a new study by the security company Anomali.Read More
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The Week

August 27, 2018  |  The Week, Kathryn Krawczyk

State election offices’ emails are way too easy to hack

Only 4 percent of state election offices could actually stop hackers from sending emails from their official accounts, an alarming new study from cybersecurity firm Anomali has found. The study was provided to Axios, which published a story Monday that detailed just how easy it is to mess with...
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Government CIO

August 27, 2018  |  Government CIO, Amanda Ziadeh

Report Says Election Offices ‘Highly Susceptible’ to Digital Attacks. What Now?

Despite warnings about possible cyberattacks aimed at undermining midterm election security, new research reveals an overwhelming number of evaluated state, territory and District of Columbia election offices as highly vulnerable to email spoofing.Released today, the “Email Spoofing Threat to the 2018 U.S. Midterm Elections” report...
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