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Month: September 2020

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todaySeptember 30, 2020

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Patient DIES as ransomware attack paralyzes German hospital

A woman in need of urgent care died after a Dusseldorf hospital’s computer systems were hacked, preventing the patient from receiving the treatment she needed, and marking a rare case in which ransomware has led to death. The ransomware attack that exploited a vulnerability in a “widely used commercial add-on ...

todaySeptember 29, 2020

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Maze ransomware uses Ragnar Locker virtual machine technique

The Maze ransomware operators now use a virtual machine to encrypt a computer, a tactic previously adopted by the Ragnar Locker malware. The Maze ransomware operators have adopted a new tactic to evade detection, their malware now encrypts a computer from within a virtual machine. This technique was first adopted ...

todaySeptember 29, 2020

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A real-life Maze ransomware attack – “If at first you don’t succeed…” – Naked Security

You’ve probably heard terms like “spray-and-pray” and “fire-and-forget” applied to cybercriminality, especially if your involvement in cybersecurity goes back to the early days of spamming and scamming. Those phrases recognise that sending unsolicited email is annoyingly cheap and easy for cybercrooks, who generally don’t bother running servers of their own ...

todaySeptember 28, 2020

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Ransomware Encrypted File Extensions List in 2020 (Latest)

On Techviral, we have shared many articles on security like the best tools to decrypt ransomware, best security tools, etc. Well, Security suites are essential these days, especially when the security threats were on the rise. What is Ransomware? What is Ransomware? Out of all different forms of security threats, ...

todaySeptember 28, 2020

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Padlocks, Phishing and Privacy; The Value Proposition of a VPN

I want a “secure by default” internet with all the things encrypted all the time such that people can move freely between networks without ever needing to care about who manages them or what they’re doing with them. I’m a massive proponent of Let’s Encrypt’s and Cloudflare’s missions to secure ...

todaySeptember 27, 2020

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Reverse Engineering Malware, Part 1: Getting Started

In my introductory article in this new series, I attempted to lay out the merits of why you should study Reverse Engineering Malware. I’m hoping that you found that argument compelling enough that you have come back and are ready to dedicate yourself to this exciting discipline. I’m sure your ...