A medical facility on standby to help test any coronavirus vaccine has been hit by a ransomware group that promised not to target medical organizations.
The criminals behind the Maze ransomware attacks have struck again, stealing data from a victim and then publishing it online to get them to pay the ransom demanded.
As the novel coronavirus continues to panic people and markets and send governments into emergency response mode, hackers and foreign adversaries are capitalizing on the chaos to extort money and political gain.
Virtual machines and cloud computing are quickly eliminating traditional data security boundaries. Where a definable, protectable perimeter once surrounded corporate data centers, for example, enterprise digital assets have become scattered across multiple on-prem and public cloud IT environments. The distributed nature of data across dissimilar IT environments has created new security challenges for enterprises.
Paradise ransomware is back again - and the criminals behind it appear to be testing out new tactics ahead of what could be a more prolific campaign.
A ransomware campaign has returned with a new trick to fool the unwary into compromising their network with file-encrypting malware. And it's an attack that many Windows machines won't even recognize as potentially malicious.
A ransomware attack has spread from a Colorado MSP (managed IT services provider) through remote access software to more than 100 dentistry practices, KrebsOnSecurity reports.
The ransomware attack apparently hit Complete Technology Solutions of Englewood, Colorado, though the MSP has not commented about the situation, and MSSP Alert has not independently confirmed the report.
A Colorado company that specializes in providing IT services to dental offices suffered a ransomware attack that is disrupting operations for more than 100 dentistry practices, KrebsOnSecurity has learned.
Researchers have disclosed a set of security vulnerabilities in Autodesk, Trend Micro, and Kaspersky software.
On Monday, the SafeBreach Labs published three security advisories describing the bugs, all of which were privately reported to the vendors before public disclosure.
Users of some VG and Avast antivirus software may be prevented from upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10 due to a compatibility issue.
Microsoft has blocked upgrades to both Windows 10 versions 1909 and 1903 for AVG and Avast users running version 19.5.4444.567 or earlier.
The cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks has admitted that it suffered a data breach which resulted in the personal data of both past and current employees being leaked online.
Business Insider, who broke the story, was first made aware of the breach by a former employee of the company that wished to remain anonymous.
Researchers have warned VPN users to check their security protection after a new malware targeting accounts was detected.
Trickbot is a modular malware which was first observed in 2016 and it steals system information, login credentials and other sensitive data from vulnerable Windows machines.
A new ransomware bypass technique called RIPlace requires only a few lines of code to bypass ransomware protection features built into many security products and Windows 10.
With ransomware being such an epidemic for consumers and businesses, security software and Windows have built ransomware protections features into their software.
National Veterinary Associates (NVA), a California company that owns more than 700 animal care facilities around the globe, is still working to recover from a ransomware attack late last month that affected more than half of those properties, separating many veterinary practices from their patient records, payment systems and practice management software. NVA says it expects to have all facilities fully back up and running normally within the next week.
Users have been warned not to download a fake Windows 10 update which is actually packed with malware.
Security researchers from Trustwave's SpiderLabs have uncovered a new malicious campaign that spoofs an urgent update email from Microsoft to infect user's systems with the Cyborg ransomware.
Fake sexual harassment complaints appearing to come from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission are the latest baits used by attackers to disseminate TrickBot banking Trojan payloads onto computers of unsuspecting employees of large companies.