State-sponsored threat actors and sophisticated attacks are often in the spotlight. Indeed, their innovative techniques, advanced malware platforms and 0-day exploit chains capture our collective imagination. Yet these groups still aren’t likely to be a part of the risk model at most companies, nor should they be. Businesses today are faced with an array of…
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The university said that it paid $457,000 to retrieve a decryption key after a ransomware attack encrypted student and faculty data on its servers.
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Threatpost editors discuss a cryptomining malware targeting AWS systems, a recent development in a lawsuit against the IBM-owned Weather Channel app, and more.
Joseph Sullivan allegedly paid off $100K to the hackers responsible for a 2016 data breach, which exposed PII of 57 million passengers and drivers.
The lawsuit alleged that the IBM-owned Weather Channel mobile app did not let users know it was selling their geolocation data.
The group has added a management console and a USB worming function to its main malware, Crimson RAT.