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Ransomware, Security News

Maze ransomware possibly behind Southwire attack

Wire and cable manufacturer Southwire is in the recovery phase from a ransomware attack that struck on December 9 knocking a large portion of the company offline. Published reports state Maze ransomware was the weapon of choice and that the attackers demanded an 850 bitcoin, about $6 million, payment or else the encrypted data would…
Ransomware, Security News

Maze ransomware publicly shaming victims into paying

At least five law firms have been hit and held hostage by the Maze ransomware group in the last four days with these attacks being part of a wider campaign possibly affecting between 45 and 180 total victims in January. Maze is using a somewhat unique tactic with its latest victims. Instead of simply placing…
Ransomware, Security News

Maze behind Pensacola ransomware attack

Maze was behind the ransomware attack on the City of Pensacola that began early Saturday morning, and its operators have demanded a $1 million ransom to provide the municipality with a decryptor. The Maze operators, who typically threaten to publish files online if victims don’t pony up, said in a Bleeping Computer report that the…
Cybercrime, Data Breach, Data leakage prevention (DLP), Ransomware, Security News

Nemty ransomware makers may be latest to adopt data leak strategy

Following in the footsteps of Maze and Sodinokibi, it appears the makers another malicious encryption program plans to adopt the tactic of publishing data that’s been exfiltrated from targets. According to a BleepingComputer report, Nemty ransomware developers posted on a news feed in its affiliate panel that it intends to create a website where they…
The fairly convincing phishing scam is being hosted on a compromised EA Games server.
Cybercrime, Health Care, Malware, Phishing, Ransomware, Security News

Threat actor impersonates German, Italian and American gov’t agencies to spread malware

Since October, a threat actor has been impersonating governmental agencies in phishing emails designed to infect American, German and Italian organizations with various forms of malware, including the Cobalt Strike backdoor, Maze ransomware and the IcedID banking trojan. Business and IT services, manufacturing companies, and healthcare organizations make up a large share of the targets…
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WebMarshal lacks documentation and an intuitive interface, which makes it very difficult to work with and configure. The interface is set up as a tree menu in which you can add or delete users, work with configuration, and add filtering rules. We ran into problems constantly while we were configuring this product, and most of…
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