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16 February, 2022

Working with an MSSP During a Ransomware Attack

There is a lot of excellent advice readily available about how to protect against ransomware attacks. But the unfortunate truth for many organizations is that, much like Alanis Morrissette, i
Allan Liska
15 February, 2022

Anatomy of a Ransomware Incident

Ransomware, at its core, is structured to be as loud as possible. Threat actors rely on the ability to impact as many systems as possible, as quickly as possible, to incentivize their victims
Kirstie Failey
14 February, 2022

Ransomware Group Launches Colonial Pipeline-Style Attack on German Fuel Companies

Europe just experienced a smaller but still alarming version of last May’s Colonial Pipeline attack in the U.S., as two large German fuel storage companies were taken offline by ransomware.
John E. Dunn
07 February, 2022

The Nuts and Bolts of an RDP Ransomware Attack

Let’s take a look at the ways an RDP ransomware attack occurs, from the most obvious to the more subtle. The Brute Force Attack: Ransomware via Attrition Brute force attacks are an extremel
James Panetti
03 February, 2022

Mobile Phone Ransomware: a Primer

Mobile phones are certainly ubiquitous—85% of Americans currently own a smartphone, and in 2020, 3.5 billion people owned a smartphone worldwide. With so many devices out there, it seems li
Lindsay Kaye
02 February, 2022

A New Front: Hacktivist Ransomware

The world might just have experienced its first ever hacktivist ransomware attack. It came by way of a claim by campaigners opposed to the regime of President Lukashenko that they encrypted c
John E. Dunn
01 February, 2022

Ransomware Encrypts Thousands of NAS Devices

QNAP Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices have been hit hard by the “DeadBolt”  ransomware, leaving thousands without access to their files. The ransomware was first detected in th
Keith Ward
31 January, 2022

RDP Ransomware: Everything You Need to Know

When we think of ransomware, we often imagine a single user’s desktop suddenly hijacked by a ransom message threatening to lock away their hard drive data. The landscape is evolving, howeve
James Panetti
27 January, 2022

Ransomware Targets: Windows vs. Linux

Ransomware is a growing threat for everyone, that much is clear. End it affects every major operating system (OS), but not all of them equally. So, which OS is safer – Windows or Linux? Tho
James Panetti
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