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todaySeptember 12, 2020

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Windows and Mac malware can bypass your security

Malware is a scourge, and our battle with it is as old as the internet itself. And just like with every war, both sides are constantly adjusting tactics to stay one step ahead of the other. For a perfect example, you don’t need to look much further than the phishing ...

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Cyber attacks on Australia blurring the lines between peace and war, Defence Minister says – ABC News

Foreign government cyber-attacks on Australia have increased further since June, when Prime Minister Scott Morrison revealed Australian organisations were under sustained digital assault. Key points: Defence Minister Linda Reynolds says the alarming “new normal” of persistent cyber-attacks on Australia is blurring the difference between “peace and war”. “We’re now facing ...

todaySeptember 12, 2020

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Beware of FritzFrog Malware | Avast

A new form of peer-to-peer (P2P) malware has been discovered that sets a new bar for nastiness., it has been found in various networks since the beginning of the year. Why is it so noteworthy? Several reasons: it is fileless, operates completely decentralized, was written from scratch, frequently updated and ...

todaySeptember 7, 2020

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New malware strain indicates North Korean cyber groups share malicious tools | NK News

In a malware report that shows how North Korean hackers increasingly collaborate across specialized units, the U.S. government warned on Wednesday that the DPRK is trying to steal key military and energy technologies using a malware variant spread via social engineering campaigns.  The malware variant — dubbed “Blindingcan” — appears ...

todaySeptember 6, 2020

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University of Utah pays a $457,000 ransom to ransomware gang

The University of Utah admitted to have paid a $457,059 ransom in order to avoid having ransomware operators leak student information online. The University of Utah admitted having paid a $457,059 ransom after the ransomware attack that took place on July 19, 2020, that infected systems on the network of ...

todaySeptember 5, 2020

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Steel sheet giant Hoa Sen Group hacked by Maze ransomware operators

Experts at threat intelligence firm Cyble came across a post published by Maze ransomware operators claiming to have breached the steel sheet giant Hoa Sen Group. During the ordinary monitoring of Deepweb and Darkweb, researchers at Cyble came across the leak disclosure post published by the Maze ransomware operators that claim the ...

todaySeptember 4, 2020

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State and Commerce Declare War on Chinese Malware and Malgear

This past week, the U.S. State Department and U.S. Department of Commerce launched new diplomatic, economic and legal initiatives designed to counter communist China’s global malware and malgear offensive. Right — a malgear offensive. Everyone with a smartphone understands malware, the cybersecurity portmanteau for “malicious software.” Invading malware code can ...

todaySeptember 4, 2020

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Brand impersonation is a go-to tactic for attackers, especially for credential phishing and BEC attacks – Help Net Security

Trends in BEC and email security during Q2 2020 included a peaking and plateauing of COVID-19-themed email attacks, an increase in BEC attack volume and acceleration of payment and invoice fraud, according to an Abnormal Security report. The report also reveals that Zoom supplanted American Express as the most impersonated ...

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