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FBI Warns Network Defenders About new Dual Ransomware Attack Pattern

Posted on 03 Oct 2023

The FBI recently released a PIN (Private Industry Notification) in order to “highlight emerging ransomware trends,” in this case “dual ransomware attacks,” a type of attack that targets the same organization twice with two different types of ransomware, resulting in a significantly more encrypted system for the victims. A dual ransomware attack is classified by ...

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Netizen: September Vulnerability Review

Posted on 29 Sep 2023

Security vulnerabilities are a common occurrence in managing any business’s organizational security. The prompt patching and remediation of any new vulnerabilities are critical to reducing the outside attack surface. Netizen’s Security Operations Center (SOC) has compiled five vulnerabilities from July that should be immediately patched or addressed if present in your environment. Detailed writeups below: ...

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Netizen Cybersecurity Bulletin (September 28th, 2023)

Posted on 28 Sep 2023

Overview: Phish Tale of the Week Often times phishing campaigns, created by malicious actors, target users by utilizing social engineering. For example, in this email, the actors are appearing as LastPass, the password manager company, and informing you that action needs to be taken on your account in order to avoid deactivation, in this case ...

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F-117 Nighthawk Flight Manual Added to the List of War Thunder Leaked Documents

Posted on 25 Sep 2023

The list of export-restricted military documents leaked by players of the popular free-to-play game War Thunder just got longer. The flight manual for the F-117 Nighthawk, a stealth aircraft manufactured by Lockheed Martin, was posted on the War Thunder official site forum, a place for community discussion about various War Thunder related topics like in-game ...

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38 TB of Private Company Data was Leaked by Microsoft AI Researchers

Posted on 21 Sep 2023

38 Terabytes. That’s the amount of storage it takes to store 7600 hours of HD video, enough to watch for 316 days without repeating anything. It’s also the amount of private company data that Microsoft AI researchers accidentally exposed, including over 30,000 internal Teams messages, according to cloud security company Wiz. The Microsoft Azure Leak ...

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