Cybercrime

28 06, 2017

Petya NotPetya? Ransomware NotRansomware?

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A day after the Petya attack outbreak, we’re left with a plenty of questions and a bit more insight.
27 06, 2017

Petya Ransomware Attack: What We Know So Far

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Petya (or NotPetya) spread quickly across Europe and the US, affecting business, government agencies and critical infrastructure
24 05, 2017

Why We’re Still Talking About WannaCry and You Should Too

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It’s been two weeks since the WannaCry ransomware attack — ages in cyber time — and new threats seem to be brewing. But there’s still lessons to be learned and action to be taken against this type of threat.
6 03, 2017

A Brief History of Distributed Cybercrime

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How did we get to a point where ransomware could force a major hospital to operate entirely on paper or a major city to provide public transit rides for free? The answer: lots and lots of easy money.