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Most businesses that fall victim to a ransomware attack decide to pay the criminals for their data, but many still end up empty-handed, according to a report from Veeam. The backup, recovery, and data management solutions provider, recently polled 1,000 IT leaders (CISOs, security pros, backup admins, and IT operators) whose organizations suffered a ransomware […]

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Microsoft is warning of an emerging threat targeting internet-connected cryptocurrency wallets, signaling a departure in the use of digital coins in cyberattacks. The tech giant dubbed the new threat “cryware,” with the attacks resulting in the irreversible theft of virtual currencies by means of fraudulent transfers to an adversary-controlled wallet. “Cryware are information stealers that […]

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In what seems to be a world first, hackers have used a custom malware dropper to plant fileless malware in Windows event logs for the Key Management Services (KMS). Cybersecurity researchers from Kaspersky first spotted the new technique after being tipped off by a customer with an infected endpoint. The entire campaign, the researchers are […]

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