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Breaking out of password Groundhog Day

In the classic comedy “Groundhog Day,”  weatherman Phil Connors, played by Bill Murray, must repeat the same day of his life over and over again until he finally changes his ways. It feels uncomfortably close to home to watch Murray’s character repeat the same routine, and make the same mistakes, until he finally takes a…
Email Security, SC Awards, Security News

Be wary of medical-related emails: Proofpoint

Coronavirus may be the subject of choice for cybercriminal to lure victims into opening or responding to a message, but that does not mean other serious medical issues are also not being abused. Proofpoint found a small campaign recently running using emails purportedly from the Vanderbilt University Medical Center with the subject line “Test of…
Ransomware, Security News

A tale of two ransomware attacks

Two schools, two ransomware attack and two different outcomes. The Allegheny Intermediate Unit school system was able to fend off a recent ransomware attack using back up files, meanwhile the University of Maastricht just disclosed it paid 30 bitcoins to regain control of its encrypted computer network. Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU), a regional public education…
Features, Security News

Busted! 2019’s top cybercrime news

Spies, whistleblowers, students, executives and every variety of scammer. It seems no one was immune from the long arm of the law, or at least, the indictment, in 2019. Many are in custody, some have been sentenced and others remain at large.  Julian Assange  In what might have been the most anticipated arrest in 2019,…
Election Coverage, Security News

2020 Predictions: Election Security

David Richardson, senior director of product management, Lookout 2020 Election Hacking Will Focus on Mobile – As cyber attacks have evolved to target mobile devices because of their nature and form factor, so will cyber attacks in the 2020 Presidential Election. Spear phishing campaigns are moving beyond the traditional email-based phishing attacks we saw in…
Executive Insight, Opinion

Failure to secure IoT networks has far-reaching consequences, and transportation is a bullseye target

In 2017, millions of moviegoers flocked to theaters for the eighth Fast and Furious movie, where they watched a villainous Charlize Theron take control of hundreds of self-driving cars. Whether they knew it or not, this was many viewers’ first exposure to the idea of a transportation-based cyberattack. And while this specific scenario is not…
Ransomware, Security News

Buran ransomware detailed, found to be based on VegaLocker

As any good marketer knows announcing a new product with an effective ad campaign is always a great way to drum up interest. Which is exactly what the actors behind Buran ransomware did when they rolled it out on a well-known dark web forum as a ransomware as a service (RaaS) offering earlier this year,…
Fraudsters boldly entered the store to plant skimming devices.
Retail, Security News

Skimming malware found on American Cancer Society’s online store

One Magecart group decided that helping cancer victims is not enough of a reason to deter them from hitting the American Cancer Society’s online store with skimming malware. Sanguine Security found the malware on www.shop.cancer.org/ hiding behind the GoogleTagManager code. The store sells t-shirts emblazoned with the organization’s logo. “It searches for “’checkout’ (Y2hlY2tvdXQ=) and…
Data Breach, Security News

Evidence tying Cobalt Group to Magecart Group 4 unveiled

The security firms Malwarebytes and HYAS have strung together several pieces of evidence that they believe tie Magecart Group 4 to the Cobalt Group. The two companies found that the Cobalt Group and Magecart Group 4 have several overarching similarities, such as the use of advanced techniques during their attacks and a history with banking…
Security News

Disinformation campaigns cheap and easy to launch: Recorded Future

Researchers conducted an experiment to see what it would take for malicious actors to either boost a company’s online stature or tear it down and found both could be accomplished in about 30 days and cost just a few thousand dollars. Recorded Future’s Insikt Group created a fake firm, Tyrell Corp., and hired two companies…
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