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Wannacry

Positive Technologies Research Shows Increasing Popularity of “Rent-a-Trojan” Attacks

[ad_1] According to Positive Technologies’ statistics, 67 percent of attacks were performed for direct financial gain. Over half of attacks were non-targeted and primarily relied on malware to spread. The epidemic of WannaCry (WanaCypt0r, WCry) ransomware showed that even vigilant users, who don’t open suspicious...

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Security researcher Marcus Hutchins pleads not guilty, returns to Twitter

[ad_1] After being nabbed by the FBI while leaving DefCon, the security researcher who singlehandedly neutralized the WannaCry malware attack earlier this year is back online. Marcus Hutchins, a.k.a. @malwaretech, appeared for his arraignment at a federal court in Wisconsin on Monday where he entered...

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From zero-day exploits to rampant ‘ransomware’: how advanced targeted attacks evolved in Q2, 2017

[ad_1] The second quarter of 2017 saw sophisticated threat actors unleash a wealth of new and enhanced malicious tools, including three zero-day exploits and two unprecedented attacks: WannaCry and ExPetr. Expert analysis of the last two suggests the code may have escaped into the...

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