New developments in the ransomware landscape show that cybercriminals are still dedicating time and resources to improving old variants and creating new families. This week we see new capabilities that make ransomware an even bigger threat.
Banking Trojan Retefe now leverages an exploit previously linked to WannaCry and Petya. Updated propagation methods of this malware, as well as other banking malware, show how cybercriminals are ramping up operations.
Air-Gapping is a security measure in which organizations such as the military or utility providers physically disconnect portions of their IT infrastructure from their networks to protect their most critical systems from internet-based attacks. Although it may
A security researcher found a remote code execution exploit that can potentially take over a range of devices with Broadcom Wi-Fi chips. The exploit is rooted in a vulnerability with the chip's firmware, similar to the Broadpwn exploit.