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8892672262?profile=RESIZE_400xA specially crafted update created by Germany's Bundeskriminalamt (BKA) federal police agency created and pushed the uninstall update.  European law enforcement has triggered the process of removing the Emotet botnet malware from 1.6 million infected computers around the world.  Emotet was thought to be the world's largest botnet, known for spewing millions of malware-laden spam emails each day. Law enforcement in the US, Canada and Europe conducted a coordinated takedown of Emotet infrastructur

8643112062?profile=RESIZE_400xA new version of the Ryuk ransomware is capable of worm-like self-propagation within a local network, researchers have recently found.  The variant first emerged in Windows-focused campaigns earlier in 2021, according to the French National Agency for the Security of Information Systems (ANSSI). The agency said that it achieves self-replication by scanning for network shares, and then copying a unique version of the ransomware executable (with the file name rep.exe or lan.exe) to each of them as

8467395687?profile=RESIZE_400xAttacks involving million-dollar ransom demands attract headlines, but the payout is no longer the sole financial incentive for attackers. The exfiltration of critical data is a key motivator that can be used to extort victims into paying even larger fees to recover assets.  Data, including intellectual property such as research and patents, is often targeted by organized groups or as part of corporate espionage. Stealing this information and then coercing a business into paying to get access to

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
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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