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Cybercriminals may be getting more sophisticated by the day, but simple HTML file distribution still remains one of the most popular tactics, new research shows. According to telemetry data from cybersecurity company Kaspersky, in the first four months of 2022, there were more than two million malicious emails carrying weaponized HTML files. Read More

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HP announced that the HP Wolf Security threat research team has identified a 27-fold increase in detections resulting from Emotet malicious spam campaigns in Q1 2022, compared to Q4 2021 – when Emotet first made its reappearance. The latest global HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report – which provides analysis of real-world cybersecurity attacks – […]

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The PHMSA has proposed civil penalties of $986,000 for the operator of the largest fuel pipeline in the US for what it has described as control room management failures. In May 2021, Colonial Pipeline was forced to shut down operations after its systems became infected with ransomware. The attack involved the Russia-linked Darkside ransomware and […]

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