On September 27th, with a public service announcement, the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has warned businesses and individuals that RDP accesses are being sold on dark markets, and malicious actors can infiltrate the connection between machines and inject malware or ransomware into the remote system. Possible threats include ransomware… Continue Reading RDP access is too risky to use, IC3 warns
Recovering from a ransomware attack without paying ransom is BIG news – especially for small healthcare providers whose operations could get disrupted indefinitely in case of such a breach. An Iowa clinic has managed to do and that too within a day’s period. Jones eye clinic and its affiliated surgery… Continue Reading Iowa Clinic Ends Ransomware Attack without Paying
“Starting from early July, we have seen malicious spam activity that has targeted corporate mailboxes… The malware’s key objective is to steal passwords from browsers, messaging applications, mail and FTP clients, and cryptocurrency wallets.” Secure List, Loki Bot: On a hunt for corporate passwords Experts from Kapresky lab have come… Continue Reading Major Security Firms Detect a Surge in Phishing Attacks on Corporate Email Accounts
Of the 229 breaches added this year to the HHS “wall of shame”, the largest one is the attack on UnityPoint Health. The Iowan company fell victim to a business email compromise (BEC) attack that compromised its business email system. How big is the UnityPoint Health data breach? As per… Continue Reading Business Email Compromise – How it Works?