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The Cisco 2017 Midyear Cybersecurity Report (MCR) uncovers the rapid evolution of threats and the increasing magnitude of attacks, and forecasts potential Destruction of Service attacks, which could eliminate organizations’ backups and safety nets. Also, with the advent of the Internet of Things, key industries are bringing more operations online, increasing attack surfaces.

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Many digital trees have died for the cause of informing Windows admins about the SMBv1 vulnerability that spawned the WannaCry and ExPetr/NotPetya malware attacks. Yet a relatively small sample of data collected from a freely available tool shows that thousands have not gotten the message, or have some significant blind spots in their networks.

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An unknown attacker has managed to modify the name servers assigned to 751 domains, which resulted in some visitors to the hijacked domains being redirected to a site hosting the Rig Exploit Kit and delivering the Neutrino Bot.

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The golden age of Trojans and viruses has long gone. Malicious programs created by enthusiasts for research purposes and for fun are now largely confined to history books and dusty computer incident reports. They have been replaced by programs that put a heavy emphasis on making money.

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