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WannaCry Malware Profile
7th Sep 2018 [16 days ago] from FireEye Research
WannaCry (also known as WCry or WanaCryptor) malware is aself-propagating (worm-like) ransomware that spreads through internalnetworks and over the public internet by exploiting a vulnerability inMicrosoft’s Server Message Block (SMB)...
Richard Bejtlich On His Latest Book, "The Practice Of Network Security Monitoring"
7th Sep 2018 [16 days ago] from FireEye Research
The Practice of Network SecurityMonitoringEveryone wants to know how to find intruders on theirnetworks. I learned one approach when I served in the Air ForceComputer Emergency Response Team (AFCERT) as a captain from 1998 to2001. When...
SYNful Knock - A Cisco Router Implant - Part I
7th Sep 2018 [17 days ago] from FireEye Research
SYNful Knock - A Cisco router implant - Part I
Stolen Data From Chinese Hotel Chain And Other Illicit Products Sold In Deep Web Forum
7th Sep 2018 [17 days ago] from TrendMicro
We uncovered personally identifiable information (PII) stolen from a China-based hotel chain being sold on a deep web forum we were monitoring. Further analysis revealed that the stolen data was not only the PII of Chinese customers, but...
British Airways Suffers Breach, 380,000 Card Details Stolen
7th Sep 2018 [17 days ago] from ESET Research
The UK’s flag carrier vows to compensate all customers who will lose out financially due to the incident The post British Airways suffers breach, 380,000 card details stolen appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Small Businesses Targeted By Highly Localized Ursnif Campaign
6th Sep 2018 [18 days ago] from Microsoft
Cyber thieves are continuously looking for new ways to get people to click on a bad link, open a malicious file, or install a poisoned update in order to steal valuable data. In the past, they cast as wide a net as possible to increase...
Leader Of DDoS-for-Hire Gang Pleads Guilty To Bomb Threats
6th Sep 2018 [18 days ago] from Krebsonsecurity
A 19-year-old man from the United Kingdom who headed a cybercriminal group whose motto was "Feds Cant Touch Us" pleaded guilty this week to making bomb threats against thousands of schools.On Aug. 31, officers with the U.K.s National Crime...
Fallout Exploit Kit Used In Malvertising Campaign To Deliver GandCrab Ransomware
6th Sep 2018 [18 days ago] from FireEye Research
Towards the end of August 2018, FireEye identified a new exploit kit(EK) that was being served up as part of a malvertising campaignaffecting users in Japan, Korea, the Middle East, Southern Europe, andother countries in the Asia Pacific...
Could Home Appliances Knock Down Power Grids?
6th Sep 2018 [18 days ago] from ESET Research
Far-fetched though it may sound, the answer is yes, according to researchers, who show that electrical grids and smart home appliances could make for a dangerous mix The post Could home appliances knock down power grids? appeared first...
Browser Extensions: Are They Worth The Risk?
5th Sep 2018 [18 days ago] from Krebsonsecurity
Popular file-sharing site Mega.nz is warning users that cybercriminals hacked its browser extension for Google Chrome so that any usernames and passwords submitted through the browser were copied and forwarded to a rogue server in Ukraine....
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