On Friday, May 12, the now infamous WannaCry ransomware burst onto the worldwide scene on its way to infecting over 200,000 systems and 150 countries in just 3 days. NHS hospitals in the UK operations ground to a halt. Petya malware followed suit this week by targeting and ransacking systems in Ukraine, Russia, and Europe before spreading to other countries.
McAfee Labs provided a good update late yesterday on the nature of the Petya ransomware and how it is "spreading like wildfire" around the globe.
The Buckle Inc. released a statement on Friday night that malware was discovered on certain Buckle retail store location point-of-sale (POS) systems.
McAfee Labs warns of a banking malware Pinkslipbot used to infect machines and turn them into HTTPS-based control servers.
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US-CERT released good security guidance, Reducing the Risk of SNMP Abuse, in a recent alert.
Security researchers have spotted QakBot malware used to lockout hundreds to thousands of Active Directory (AD) accounts across a number of enterprises.
Chipotle Mexican Grill reports updated findings from a previously disclosed data breach of Chipotle restaurants.
A major security breach of Zomato, a restaurant search website, was announced where 17 million users' account information to include emails, names and passwords were stolen by hackers. In a security notice,…
Over the weekend, the WannaCry ransomware variant cyber attack appears to be spreading across the globe as the number of victims have now surpassed 200,000 in over 150 countries.