ServHelper & FlawedGrace Malware Highlight Shift in Cyber Attacks
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Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite, fixed vulnerabilities in its web infrastructure that researchers said exposed the sensitive information of users of the wildly popular online game.
Chip makers such as Intel have released patches and fixes to mitigate Spectre and Meltdown issues, but the problem won't be solved until they come out with new architectures, which is two to three years away.
A report by Kaspersky researchers has found that healthcare organizations in the US and Canada are still at heightened risk of ransomware attacks.
For enterprises anxious to avoid being extorted by attackers using ransomware, backing up data to the cloud is an option to consider, though it's not the answer for everyone.
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