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December 2018

Malware,

Ransomware vs. printing press? US newspapers face “foreign cyberattack”

Did malware disrupt newspaper deliveries in major US cities? Here’s what’s known about the incident so far and the leading suspect: Ryuk ransomware. Plus, advice on defending your organization against such attacks.

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Computer Security, Cyber Attack, Cyber Security News,

Ransomware Attack Delayed Printing of Major Newspapers

ransomware attack

A ransomware attack delayed printing of multiple newspapaers across the U.S., the attack appears to be initiated outside of the United States. The threat actors infected the critical systems to the news production with Ryuk ransomware. One company insider said that infected computer files contain .ryk extension. Ryuk Ransomware targets various enterprise network around the […]

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SOC, SOC Training,

SOC Analyst – Cyber Attack Intrusion Training | From Scratch To Advanced

SOC Training

SOC Training is one of the most Important concern in order to build a Quality Security Operation Center Team to fight against advanced threats that target the organization network. Sophisticated detection and prevention technologies are mandatory implementations by the security experts since the cyber attacks are rising day by day. SO implementing dedicated SOC operation […]

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Computer Security, Cyber Security News,

Facebook Admits Tracking non-FB-users Data using its Tools – 61 % of Tested Apps Automatically Transfer Data To FB

Facebook tracking

New Investigation conducted based on the data tracking, brokerage reveal that Facebook tracking non-users and logged-out users outside its platform through its Business Tools.    Researchers tested many numbers of apps and confirm that 61% of tested apps are frequently sharing the data into Facebook from the moment once user open the apps. Privacy International […]

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