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Subscribe to Security Magazine According to Group-IB Threat Intelligence and Attribution system, Swarmshop is a mid-size "neighborhood" store for stolen personal and payment records. The cardshop has been operating since at least April 2019, and by March 2021, it had more than 12K user base and over 600K payment card records on sale. The total amount deposited on all the accounts was at $18,145.73 by March 2021 — users of card shops do not store large amounts of money on their accounts and top up the balance to make payments if necessary. Interestingly, it is not the first time Swarmshop has been targeted by fellow cybercriminals, says Group-IB.  "In January 2020, the cardshop’s records were leaked on an underground forum. The user, likely motivated by revenge, wanted to sell the Swarmshop user database and posted a screenshot allegedly from the cardshop’s admin panel. The analysis of the freshly exposed database found that the information was new as it indicated the latest user activity timestamps. In total, the databased revealed the records of 4 cardshop admins, 90 sellers, and 12,250 buyers of stolen data, including their nicknames, hashed passwords, account balance, and contact details for some entries," the report says. Tyler Shields, CMO at JupiterOne , explains, "Hackers have been hacking other hackers for decades. What better way to gain access to new hacking tools, dumps, cards, personally identifiable information (PII) and other items of value than hacking the people that are stealing it in the first place. It comes as no surprise that there have been multiple successful breaches against Swarmshop. Cybercriminals have trouble with security just like everyone else. It just goes to show you that cybersecurity is a difficult problem no matter who you are." Naveen Sunkavally, Chief Architect at Horizon3.AI , agrees this is nothing new. "This breach continues to show that no one is immune from cyberattacks, including cybercriminals themselves. What's most concerning is the proliferation of user credit card information and online banking credentials. Attackers don't need to hack in using zero days like in the movies; often they can just log in with credentials they've stolen from efforts like this. Now, factor in that many people reuse their credentials across different systems and all the open source information attackers have at their disposal. Attackers can use these credentials against a variety of systems, rarely triggering any security events, because they look like legitimate users.

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Durham Public Schools is among a few school districts choosing to launch a permanent virtual academy, starting next school year. In Durham, more than 11,000 students, the majority of the population, decided to stay online for the remainder of 2020-2021 school year. After a year already behind the screens, DPS has found a permanent place for remote learning to meet future needs. Despite all of the challenges created by the pandemic, it has shown everyone what is possible -- innovation. "You got to keep the kids engaged, and what works for one person might not work for someone else," said Eric Lipp, a Durham parent. That’s why DPS has created a permanent K-12 virtual academy called Ignite. Lipp’s daughters opted to stay remote this year. While he’s unsure if they will return in-person next year, he said that he thinks Ignite is a crucial option to have. "With the Ignite program, it gives us, that have succeeded in the school year, the opportunity to continue on that method," he added. Students who perform better in virtual classes can now expect a flexible approach to learning with three specific programs depending on grade level. "It’s going to allow our families to learn more about what their students' interests are [and] how to grow their student success," said Matthew Hickson, the director for online learning at DPS. Person County has also jumped on board, preparing to launch its permanent virtual academy option. Wake County Public School System leaders are also considering virtual options for next school year. Hickson said it’s a new tool in the tool box that can offer unique electives, a nine-week rotation of classes and more outdoor learning activities. "Think about it like a playlist. You know you have some songs you like, songs are built in, and you can pick which ones you want to put in what order, and your teacher will support you on making the smart choices about how and what you learn on a weekly basis," he said. It’s a blended-learning experience inspired by a chaotic year that could set the tone of education for generations to come.

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