WannaCryptor is still alive and kicking, so much so that it sits atop the list of the most commonly detected ransomware families. On May 12th, 2017, WannaCryptor (also known as WannaCry and WCrypt) wrought havoc on computer systems across the globe to a degree never seen previously. The cryptoworm propagated through an exploit called EternalBlue that targeted a … More WannaCryptor remains a global threat three years on
Do you know how attacks on national critical systems could also represent a threat to your business? The concept that cyber criminals can take out power grids or disrupt transport networks may once have been a movie script rather than news headlines. Yet in the last few years we’ve seen continued attacks on power grids … More How can critical infrastructure be targeted by malware?
What you need to know about the critical security hole that could enable the next WannaCryptor. Remember the panic that hit organizations around the world on May 12th, 2017 when machine after machine displayed the WannaCryptor ransom screen? Well, we might have a similar incident on our hands in the coming days, weeks or months … More Patch now! Why the BlueKeep vulnerability is a big deal
Attack attempts involving the USA’s National Security Agency’s exploit are in hundreds of thousands daily. It has been two years since EternalBlue opened the door to one of the nastiest ransomware outbreaks in history, known as WannaCryptor (or WannaCry). Since the now-infamous malware incident, attempts to use the exploit have only been growing in prevalence. Currently … More NSA’s EternalBlue exploit reaching new heights since WannaCryptor outbreak
Time does fly! It feels like only yesterday that a new strain of hitherto little-known malware achieved celebrity status among global ransomware campaigns. It’s already been a year, almost to the day, since the WannaCryptor ransomware cryptoworm – also known as WannaCry and detected by ESET as Win32/Filecoder.WannaCryptor.D – ran rampant. What made WannaCryptor’s impact so severe, … More 12 months on, what are the lessons learned from WannaCryptor?