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8131297495?profile=RESIZE_400xThe number of attacks related to Emotet continue to spike after the dangerous botnet re-emerged over the summer with a fresh phishing and spam campaign that is primarily infecting devices with a banking Trojan, according to new research from HP-Bromium, an end-point security company.

Emotet is a malware strain and a cybercrime operation. The malware, also known as Geodo and Mealybug, was first detected in 2014 and remains active, deemed one of the most prevalent threats of 2019. First versions o

7164438487?profile=RESIZE_400xActivity Summary - Week Ending 31 July 2020:

  • Red Sky Alliance identified 65,708 connections from new unique IP addresses
  • 83 unique email accounts have been shown to be Compromised with Keyloggers
  • Analysts identified 2,442 new IP addresses participating in various Botnets
  • Emotet is Back
  • Phishing Campaign Targeting High-Profile Twitter Accounts
  • Confidential & Proprietary
  • Russia conducts 1st gas delivery via Artic shipping Route to Japan
  • DAPL in the news Again
  • Cavitas Energy and Thor
  • Floating stor

3187431567?profile=RESIZE_710xhttps://research.checkpoint.com/ryuk-ransomware-targeted-campaign-break/

Our UK partners have share an important report on Ryuk Malware.

Ryuk was first seen in August 2018 and has been responsible for multiple attacks globally. Ryuk is a targeted ransomware where demands are set according to the victim’s perceived ability to pay.

The Ryuk ransomware is often not observed until a period of time after the initial infection – ranging from days to months – which allows the actor time to carry out re