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BleepingComputer.com 03/22/2019 18:41
But, if clicked on, the link may in fact spread malware that can steal information and install ransomware," states the report.
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Information Security Buzz 03/22/2019 15:15
Attached to the emails are a malicious attachment that when opened will install the GandCrab v5.2 Ransomware on the target’s computer.
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Infosecurity 03/22/2019 13:18
After analyzing several previously unknown malicious files that were detected earlier this month, Kaspersky Lab determined the files were a new version of a data stealer known as the AZORult Trojan.
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SecurityWeek 03/22/2019 13:12
As with most ransomware attacks, the attack on the Police Federation of England & Wales seems to be the result of random, speculative activity, rather than a targeted attack.
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IT World Canada 03/22/2019 07:50
He did it by setting up a company with a name similar to a computer supplier called Quanta that both Google and Facebook use.
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State of Security 03/22/2019 07:20
They also revealed that its response team had disinfected 20 of the 120 computers infected by the ransomware.
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Silicon UK 03/22/2019 06:05
The attack comes just after a ransomware attack this week crippled the huge Norwegian aluminium producer Norsk Hydro, forcing it to switch to ‘manual operations’.
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ITPRO 03/22/2019 06:03
Malicious actors have hit the computer systems of the Police Federation of England and Wales (PFEW) with a malware attack that, at one point, threatened to spread across the entire organisation.
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HealthcareInfoSecurity.com 03/22/2019 05:34
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses the recent ransomware attack on aluminum giant, Norsk Hydro.
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Security Bloggers Network 03/22/2019 04:20
Officials did not name the strain of the ransomware, nor say how the malware got in the system in the first place.
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Media reports have named LockerGoga as the ransomware culprit, though Norsk Hydro told us that that particular malware is just one of several possible suspects.
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SC Magazine 03/21/2019 17:46
Flashpoint identified the two previously unseen malware families associated with the Astra campaign activity as SQLRat and DNSbot.
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SecurityBrief - Europe 03/21/2019 17:46
Indonesia, Vietnam and India have the highest ransomware encounter rate in Asia-Pacific.
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