This year is coming to an end. The media headlines were constantly reporting massive attacks and breaches. We expect nothing less in 2018.
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This week ShadowBrokers released another NSA exploit, UNITEDRAKE that will probably not be noticed due to the Equifax data breach that affected at least 143 million; Apache Struts released a patch for a vulnerability that could potentially take over a website.
Highlighting the cyber-security news from the past week in a 120 sec. read. Starting
This week we have been seeing the domino effect from cyber attack, NotPetya, some are questioning the differences/similarity between the WannaCry ransomware attack; there is now one case of decrypting a file related to NotPetya; companies like Reckitt Benckiser and Cadbury have felt the domino effect of a cyber-attack that raises a new degree
Earlier today, we caught a new in-the-wild version of what seemed to be WannaCry. A check with VirusTotal showed that this sample hasn't been seen before. After a brief investigation, we can conclude that this is WannaCry with slight variations. Notably, malware writers removed the kill switch from the original version. The fact that
Just weeks after the Shadow Brokers released the NSA Tools, the world has had its first taste of just how effective threats built with these tools can be. Beginning early on May 12th, a ransomware variant using the EternalBlue exploit for Microsoft Windows, began spreading like wildfire, locking down businesses and users in more than 90