Cybercrime & Digital Threats
- May 30, 2017After the Week of WannaCry, the ransomware scene looks to be going back to normal, with both old and new variants making their presence felt.
- May 23, 2017A new malware called EternalRocks was discovered in late May that uses not only EternalBlue and DoublePulsar—the two National Security Agency (NSA) exploits leaked by the ShadowBrokers hacking group and used by the notorious WannaCry ransomware—but five other
- May 19, 2017WannaCry was the biggest story of the week, as the ransomware used the EternalBlue exploit to infect thousands of systems around the world.
- May 15, 2017WannaCry’s impact may still be palpable among organizations around the world, but a “kill switch” will help them keep the ransomware at bay. Here’s what IT/system administrators and InfoSec professionals can do.
- May 13, 2017Here’s what you need to know about this ongoing threat and what you can do to protect against it.
- May 12, 2017This week’s roundup of latest ransomware sightings: a spate of ransomware as a service, one that exploits hacked remote desktops, and the return of notorious mobile ransomware, SLocker.
- May 09, 2017File-encrypting malware that are still in development and ransomware that appear to take cues from older families highlight this week’s ransomware recap.
- May 08, 2017Two remote access Trojans targeting Mac users are making headlines: Snake and Proton. Know more about their malicious tricks and how to mitigate them.
- May 04, 2017A new attack targeting Gmail users involves a fake Google Docs application.