There are patches or remediations for all of them, but they’re still being picked apart. Why should attackers stop if the flaws remain unpatched, as so many do?
Authorities opened an investigation into the secretive Israeli security firm.
They’re either new or old REvil & DarkSide wine in new bottles. Both have a taste for deep-pocketed targets and DarkSide-esque virtue-signaling.
Researchers preview work to be presented at Black Hat on how AD “misconfiguration debt” lays out a dizzying array of attack paths, such as in PetitPotam.
Enormous botnets of IoT devices are going after decades-old legacy systems that are rife in systems that control crucial infrastructure.
A comment spammer flooded Babuk’s new ransomware forum with gay orgy porn GIFs and demanded $5K in bitcoin.
Sprechen Sie Rust? Polyglot malware authors are increasingly using obscure programming languages to evade detection.
Alex Restrepo, cybersecurity researcher at Veritas, lays out the key concepts that organizations should be paying attention to now and implementing today.
Using a lure relating to a lawsuit against the owner of Jack Daniels whiskey, the cybergang launched a campaign that may be bent on ransomware deployment.
The vendor will work with customers affected by the early July spate of ransomware attacks to unlock files; it’s unclear if the ransom was paid.