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Content posted in March 2019
Facebook Exposes Millions of Unencrypted User Passwords
Larry Loeb  
3/22/2019   3 comments
It's an internal matter – but it could affect millions of the social network's users.
FIN7 Resurfaces With New Malware Techniques
Larry Loeb  
3/22/2019   Post a comment
The FIN7 group of cyber criminals is still going strong.
Jackson County Still Recovering After Paying Ryuk Ransom
Joe Stanganelli  
3/21/2019   Post a comment
Radio silence after reports of a headline-snagging ransomware payment in Jackson County, Ga., presents a possible case study in the pros and cons of paying ransomware attackers.
Evidence Found of Malware Families Collaborating
Larry Loeb  
3/20/2019   3 comments
IBM's X-Force has found that intertwined relationships exist between the Trickbot, Gozi, Ramnit and IcedID malware families – and that spells trouble.
Cyber Attacks Grow by 55% in 2018 & Data Theft Dominates – Report
Larry Loeb  
3/19/2019   4 comments
The findings from Positive Technologies aren't that, erm, positive.
Is Your Supply Chain the Weakest Link?
Steve Durbin  
3/19/2019   2 comments
Despite organizations' best efforts to secure intellectual property and other sensitive information, limited progress has been made in effectively managing information risk in the supply chain.
Study Shows Massive Attacks Bypassing MFA
Larry Loeb  
3/18/2019   5 comments
Multi-factor authentication is no silver bullet for security problems.
New IoT Device Regulation Establishes Base Line for Security
Larry Loeb  
3/15/2019   2 comments
Legislation seeks to use the spending power of the government, which, if the bill goes through, will only be able to acquire those IoT devices that meet the bill's requirements.
North Korea Circumvents Sanctions Through Cybercrime, Says Report
Larry Loeb  
3/14/2019   Post a comment
The UN report believes the DPRK has snaffled up half a billion dollars so far through nefarious means.
Convergence: Real Problems When it Comes to Securing the IoT/IIoT
Alan Zeichick  
3/14/2019   Post a comment
Today, enterprises are dealing with a proliferation of connected devices that probably aren't dedicated to computing – think video cameras, inventory sensors, machine tools, thermostats and environmental monitors.
Enterprise Is the Target of 'Big Game Hunting'
Larry Loeb  
3/11/2019   Post a comment
GrandCrab has mutated, and enterprises should be worried.
Study Finds 77% of Mobile Users Compromised by Leak of PII Data
Larry Loeb  
3/8/2019   Post a comment
It doesn't help that 43% of companies have at least one mobile device with no lock screen active.
InfoSec Community Excited as NSA Releases Ghidra 9.0 to the Public
Larry Loeb  
3/7/2019   Post a comment
At the RSA Conference in San Francisco this week, the National Security Agency released to the public one of its internal tools, Ghidra 9.0, which is used for software reverse engineering. The NSA has been using it internally for a decade.
Qbot Mutation Poses Global Threat
Larry Loeb  
3/5/2019   Post a comment
Once again, we can see how malware change will defeat static signature analysis.
Boosted Rowhammer & Cache Attacks Spell Bad News for Intel
Larry Loeb  
3/5/2019   Post a comment
Researchers from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Massachusetts and the University of Lübeck in Germany have published a paper that is really bad news for Intel.
Akamai's Stats Reveal Retail's Vulnerability
Larry Loeb  
3/4/2019   1 comment
A single AIO bot can target more than 120 retailers at once.
Digital Signatures Can Be Forged in PDF Docs
Larry Loeb  
3/1/2019   18 comments
Researchers in Germany have figured out three different ways to forge digital signatures in PDF documents.




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It's an internal matter – but it could affect millions of the social network's users.
The FIN7 group of cyber criminals is still going strong.
Radio silence after reports of a headline-snagging ransomware payment in Jackson County, Ga., presents a possible case study in the pros and cons of paying ransomware attackers.
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