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The Japanese auto company Nissan has sent out breach notification letters to thousands of customers to inform them of a leak of personal information (pii) through a third-party vendor.  The car company said it was notified on 21 June 2022 that names,

10843914886?profile=RESIZE_400xLast week, we reported an alleged cyber-attack on Italian automaker Ferrari.  Well, high end automaker has confirmed the leak of some internal documents but did not say how it happened.  On 10 October, RansomEXX, a ransomware-as-a-service operator, c

10165354056?profile=RESIZE_400xJapanese auto giant Toyota said it will restart US domestic production today, a day after all of its factories nationwide ground to a halt following a cyberattack at a parts supplier.  Production lines will be switched back on at its 14 factories acr

10070957501?profile=RESIZE_400xA 19-year-old security researcher said he was able to hack into over 25 Teslas from around the world.  Recently the young hacker published a blog post explaining how he was able to remotely hack into the cars via security bugs in TeslaMate, a popular

8653520868?profile=RESIZE_400xAs if Kia Motors doesn’t have enough to worry about, now this.  Last Friday, Red Sky Alliance reported on Kia Motors of America was hit by the DopplePaymer malware, causing havoc at dealerships in the US and Canada.[1]  Now Kia has been forced to rec

8640797885?profile=RESIZE_400xAutomaker Kia Motors America (KMA) is the latest victim of the DoppelPaymer ransomware, which allegedly affected internal and customer-facing systems.  The ransomware criminal gang admitted responsibility for the attack and is demanding $20 million w