Inside the thriving ransomware market

Researchers at Carbon Black examined the Ransomware market and discovered some interesting facts about the booming criminal economy. Mirroring some of the legal technology markets, such as those for software development, the market for Ransomware is dominated by unique custom solutions and turnkey offerings.

Oct 20 | Read more

Concerned about privacy, Australians embrace mandatory data-breach scheme

Australians are becoming more concerned about their privacy and businesses are signing on for privacy-awareness activities as a result, the government’s information commissioner has noted as figures suggest 40 percent of Australians are uncomfortable with the government using their personal details for research or policy-making purposes.

Oct 20 | Read more

Petya and NotPetya: The basics

NotPetya superficially resembles the Petya ransomware in several ways, but there are a number of important ways in which it's different, and much more dangerous.

Oct 17 | Read more

KRACK: Researcher discovers flaws in WPA2 authentication

A researcher has released details on vulnerabilities in the Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) protocol, which he calls KRACK. Attacks taking advantage of the issues will work against all modern protected Wi-Fi networks. To put it another way, if a given device supports Wi-Fi it is likely impacted by the KRACK vulnerabilities.

Oct 16 | Read more

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