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Anytime critical infrastructure gets disrupted, the first question inevitably seems to be: Was a cyberattack to blame? So it went Wednesday when the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration announced a “ground stop,” prohibiting flights from taking off, due to an overnight system failure. “The FAA has ordered airlines to pause all domestic departures until 9 a.m. […]

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The RomCom RAT has been making the rounds — first in Ukraine as it went after military installations, and now in certain English-speaking countries such as the United Kingdom. Initially a spear-phishing campaign, the RomCom attack has evolved to include domain and download spoofing of well-known and trusted products. In this piece, we’ll break down […]

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The cyberattack involved Russia-linked threat actors breaching SolarWinds systems in 2019, or possibly even earlier. The hackers compromised the automated build environment for the company’s Orion monitoring software, and in the spring of 2020 they pushed out malicious Orion updates to SolarWinds customers. The malicious updates were sent out to thousands of SolarWinds customers, but […]

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