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Report suggests GandCrab’s developers may have created Sodinokibi ransomware

Evidence is reportedly mounting that the recently discovered ransomware program known as Sodinokibi was created by the same developers who introduced GandCrab ransomware. Last month, GandCrab’s developers publicly disclosed that they were retiring after raking in roughly $2 billion in extortion payments. But this announcement may have been misleading at best, according to security researcher…
Peter Stephenson, technology editor, SC Media
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Dridex Re-Mastered

Well, it's been quite an eventful time since last I posted. I have so much in the works that it is hard to tell where to begin. It seems that we are seeing new flavors of ransomware every week and botnets seem to come and go with a frequency we've not seen in a while. This week, though, I promised Dridex, so Dridex it is.

NSA tools behind worldwide WanaCryptOr ransomware attack

A ransomware attack leveraging alleged NSA hacking tools that began hitting the U.K. National Health System earlier today, has spread globally, impacting FedEx and Spanish telecom Telefonica, and locking up tens of thousands of computers in 74 countries. Early analysis has found that the attackers dropped WanaCryptOr 2.0 ransomware using an exploit tool released last month…
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True crime: SamSam ransomware I am

It was one for the books – a mysterious cyberattack laying waste to systems in the city of Atlanta before moving on to a wide swath of targets, including health care companies, the Port of San Diego, the Colorado Department of Transportation. March 22, 2018 – Workers arriving in various departments in the city of…

Petya ransomware reportedly spread via malicious software updates, Windows exploits and tools

The Petya ransomware attack that infected corporations around the world today may have originated from a malicious update for a Ukranian accounting software product called MeDoc, according to researchers. Additionally, the ransomware possibly leverages not one, but two former Microsoft Windows exploits that were employed by the National Security Agency (NSA) before they were leaked by…
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SC Media’s 30th anniversary award winners

As part of SC Media’s year-long celebration of our 30th anniversary, we wanted to honor cybersecurity leaders who have shaped the industry these last three decades, as well as call out contributions made by others who may just be beginning their journey and likely will have influence over the next 30 years. Of course, we…
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