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The FBI warns that attackers are targeting vulnerable FTP servers used by small medical and dental offices as a way to obtain medical records and other sensitive personal information. While the dangers of placing sensitive data on these servers is well known, smaller businesses may not have the expertise or motivation to upgrade.

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A few days ago I received an interesting email message:Just your typical phishing email. Normally, I would just dump it into our signature automation processors and move on to the next piece of malicious code. This one was intriguing, though: within hours we received a handful of other samples similar to this, and having a […]

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To start the new year, we have added the Win32/Ganelp and Win32/Lefgroo families of worms to the January release of the Malicious Software Removal Tool. Win32/Ganelp spreads via removable drives, uploads stolen information and downloads arbitrary files from remote FTP servers. We have had detection signatures for this family for approximately 2 years and it continues to […]

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TUESDAY, JULY 07, 2020

Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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