You may remember that in autumn 2019 we published a story about how a COMpfun successor known as Reductor infected files on the fly to compromise TLS traffic. If you’re wondering whether the actor behind the malware is still developing new features, the answer is yes. Later in November 2019 our Attribution Engine revealed a…
Texas appellate courts and judicial agencies’ websites and computer servers were shut down after a ransomware attack.
Future features include plenty of self-reporting options, and officials’ fears the data could be misused.
The cyber-espionage toolkit is under active development.
Logins, personal information and tax info were all exfiltrated ahead of the ransomware attack, thanks to a phishing email.
The APT’s new cyber-attack tools are laid bare on three-year anniversary of WannaCry.
Cybercriminals used the REvil ransomware to attack a law firm used by the likes of Lady Gaga, Drake and Madonna. Now, they’re threatening to leak the 756 gigabytes of stolen data.
Important-rated EoP flaws make up the bulk of the CVEs; SharePoint continues its critical run with four worrying bugs.
Severe CSRF to XSS bugs open the door to code execution and complete website compromise.
Adobe patched 36 flaws, including critical vulnerabilities in Acrobat and Reader and its DNG Software Development Kit.