Deciding whether you should pay a ransomware or not is a philosophical question until your systems were hit by a ransomware. The city of Baltimore is now on its fifth week battling a file-locking ransomware variant called RobinHood. It infected around 10,000 computers which prevents residents from obtaining building permits and business licenses including buying...Continue Reading
A Washington-based food bank has been hit by a ransomware attack known as GlobeImposter 2.0,which encrypted all computers on their network leaving staff members unable to access files and emails. It has been confirmed that the ransomware attack happened around 2:00 am on Wednesday, June 5th, and at that there was no person present in...Continue Reading
Summary Security vulnerability that was discovered in Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), that allow for the possibility of remote code execution via BlueKeep. NSA urges to update their system to prevent a re-run of attacks coincide 2017 ransomware outbreaks. Analysis A wormableremote code execution vulnerability first found in the wild on May 14,2019 with CVE-2019-0708,...Continue Reading
Hopkins International Airport is battling a ransomware attack that knocked out some displays and disabled email, according to multiple reports from Cleveland, Ohio. Hopkins International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Ohio, and the 43rd busiest airport in the United States by passenger numbers, according to Wikipedia. The City of Cleveland and...Continue Reading
Progressing ransomware threats have swelled into an overall crisis, and cybersecurity authorities and government specialists have expanded their investigative undertakings. Of grave concern is the probability that the continuous Petya attack had more wretched points of view than customary ransomware activities, and that state entertainers were incorporated off camera. The Petya attack – which upset...Continue Reading
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