According to a representative from LeakedSource.com, an alleged data dump of accounts from Unreal Engine and Epic games are being traded on the darkweb and underground communities.These data dumps consist of 530,590 leaked user accounts from the Unreal Engine forum and 277,944 leaked user accounts from the Epic Games forum.
A new ransomware called Alma Locker has been discovered by Proofpoint researcher Darien Huss that encrypts a victim's data and then demands a ransom of 1 bitcoin within five days.
A new deal is available for 96% off the Enterprise COBOL Programming Bundle. This 2 course bundle contains 14 hours of instruction on how to program in Cobol for the enterprise. As shown by recent reports, Cobol is still heavily used by both government and corporate organizations and are in high demand.
Wow... it has been a really busy week for ransomware. The top stories this week are the rise of Pop Culture Ransomware, as seen by two Pokemon variants and a Mr. Robot variant, and Check Point's Cerber report and short-lived, but useful, decryption service.
A new ransomware called DetoxCrypto has been discovered that includes variant that take pictures of your active screen or try to take part in the PokemonGo craze.