Petya Group Bitcoins on the Move, New Message Posted

Petya Group Bitcoins on the Move, New Message Posted The hacking group behind Petya/NotPetya/ExPetr withdrew all bitcoins from the bitcoin wallet associated with the ransomware on Tuesday, July 4th, moving the money to a new bitcoin wallet. The already confusing story of the Petya attacks gets Continue Reading

Global Weekly Executive Summary, June 9, 2017

US Voter Registration Process was Target of Russian Cyberespionage Operation, Says Leaked NSA Report A leaked top secret National Security Agency (NSA) report described cyberattack attempts on US election officials and companies that provided election-related software and hardware in the weeks and days leading up Continue Reading

Weekly Executive Summary for Week of February 24, 2017

Operation BugDrop – Reconnaissance Operation Targeting Ukrainian Critical Infrastructure ICS security experts at CyberX have uncovered a large-scale reconnaissance operation targeting organizations in Ukraine.  Since June 2016, over 600 gigabytes of data has been taken from 70 victims.  Some of the targets of this operation Continue Reading

1.5 million WordPress Sites Defaced

A security flaw has led to the defacement of more than 1.5 million WordPress sites within the last ten days. WordPress update 4.7.2, released on January 26, quietly included a security fix for a vulnerability that allowed attackers to bypass authentication and alter content on Continue Reading

Windows Trojan Targets Russian Crane Manufacturers

Source: http://www.securityweek.com/new-trojan-used-spy-russian-crane-manufacturers, http://news.drweb.com/news/?i=10306&lng=en(SecurityWeek, Doctor Web) A Windows Trojan dubbed BackDoor.Crane by the security company Doctor Web has been found targeting two major Russian companies that specialize in cranes and auxiliary equipment. When researchers at the Doctor Web initially discovered the malware it seemed to have Continue Reading