On May 12, 2017, the now infamous WannaCry ransomware burst onto the worldwide scene. WannaCry infected over 200,000 systems and 150 countries in just 3 days.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) just issued a new warning on the "wormable" BlueKeep threat and vulnerability. DHS says attackers can exploit unpatched systems to perform remote code execution.
LG Electronics confirmed that WannaCry ransomware was responsible for last week's infections that took down self-service kiosks.
Hackers allegedly linked to Russian actor APT28 may be linked to a campaign targeting travelers in hotels in Europe and the Middle East, with activity dating back to July 2017.
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.
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.
A global cyber attack using WannaCrypt ransomware worm hit 74 countries, infecting hospitals, businesses, universities and other organizations.