Cyber security investigators have reported that replicable attacks and a low barrier to entry will ensure the rate of supply chain attacks increases in 2022. The supply chain is a consistent attack vector for threat actors today. By compromising a centralized service, platform, or software, attackers can then either conduct widespread infiltration of the customers and clients of the original singular victim or may choose to cherry-pick from the most valuable potential targets. This can save cy
The Year 2021 was on fraught with numerous cyber attacks and ransomware lead the list. Here is a look back at the biggest cyber incidents of 2021. Over the past couple of years, it has become hard to ignore that the digital life we all live in is completely exposed to cybercriminals. Hackers are happy to take almost any opportunity to make money or have fun, from creating free gym memberships for their entire family to hacking into the energy systems of different countries. Even though the ye
Activity Summary - Week Ending 9 July 2021:
- Red Sky Alliance identified 56,261 connections from new unique IP addresses
- Analysts identified 2,346 new IP addresses participating in various Botnets
- 12 unique email accounts compromised were seen with Keyloggers
- RevengeRAT & Aviation
- Kaseya Attack
- Babuk Locker
- PayLoad Bin
- Space ISAC & Microsoft
- A change in social media collection?
- DuckDuckGo, Good to Go
Link to full report: IR-21-190-001_weekly_190.pdf
Last weekend did not start out so nice. The hacking group behind what media is calling ‘colossal ransomware attack’ has demanded $70m (£50.5m) paid in Bitcoin in return for a "universal decryptor" that it says will unlock the files of all victims. The Russian associated REvil group is saying its malware, which initially targeted US IT firm Kaseya, has hit one million "systems."
This number has not been totally verified and the exact total of victims is unknown. Yet, victims include 500 Swedi
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