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Browser Isolation - The Next Generation of Secure Browsing

Browser based attacks are one of the most common vectors used by adversaries to gain control of an internal system on a target network. In this "beachhead assault" stage of a cyber attack . . .

 

Windows Defender Vulnerability allows anyone to read AV exclusions

According to a Tweet by Antonio Cocomazzi, “Windows Defender AV allows Everyone to read the configured exclusions on the system”.

 

Malicious Telegram Installer Drops Purple Fox Rootkit

We have often observed threat actors using legitimate software for dropping malicious files. This time however is different. This threat actor was able to leave most parts of the attack under the . . .

 

2021 Was the Year Ransomware Protection Accelerated Enterprise Security Maturity

As one of the most debilitating and disruptive threats to ever exist in the Information Security landscape, ransomware and ransomware protection has been at the top of every enterprise security . . .

 

Meet the TimeTime ransomware - the ransomware that asks for €100 via PaySafeCard

Every day we hear about the growing number of sophisticated ransomware groups, such as the infamous Conti, Khonsari and BlackCat. These groups usually exfiltrate and encrypt their victims’ data (a . . .

 

A message regarding Log4J for Minerva customers

The internet has seemingly been on fire the past week regarding Log4J, so unless you've been living under a rock the past week, there's no reason dive into a detailed explanation of what it is. . . .

 

Why do companies with EDRs and XDRs still experience Ransomware Attacks?

Endpoint Detection and Response systems (EDRs) promise to protect the endpoints of your IT systems against malware, ransomware, and other types of malicious code. As a result, companies of all . . .

 

Minerva Prevention Platform helps Incident Response team gain control over ongoing Ransomware attack

Earlier this week, an Incident Response (IR) company was called in by a new customer that was experiencing a ransomware attack which they were unable to control.

They promptly deployed the Minerva . . .

 

A new StrongPity variant hides behind Notepad++ installation

The StrongPity actor group has been around since 2012 and employs the same tactics, namely adding backdoors to legitimate software used by specific users, a technique also known as water holing. . . .

 

BlackMatter - The New Star Of Ransomware

After the demise of the DarkSide ransomware affiliate program, a vacuum was left in the market. This space was promptly filled by new groups such as Lockbit and BlackMatter. BlackMatter, the . . .

 

MSPs really need to start looking into Ransomware Protection

When it comes to ransomware protection, Managed Service Providers (MSPs) are in a unique position. On the one hand, they are often the main line of defense for their customers against ransomware. . . .

 

A Long List Of Arkei Stealer's Crypto Browser Wallets

Arkei is an information-stealer, distributed as a malware as a service (MAAS). It collects sensitive information such as application passwords, credit card information, web browser cookies and can . . .

 
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