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The analysis was conducted in late 2019 and it targeted Konica Minolta bizhub C3300i and C3350i multi-function printers (MFPs). SEC Consult said the vendor was responsive and produced firmware and operating system patches in early 2020, but details are only being disclosed now because the COVID-19 pandemic prevented the delivery of the fixes to devices. […]

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Ransomware plagues financial institutions as they face increasingly complex threats over previous years owing to the changing behavior of cybercriminal cartels, according to VMware’s latest Modern Bank Heists report. This has happened as the cybercrime cartels have evolved beyond wire transfer frauds to target market strategies, take over brokerage accounts, and island-hop into banks, according […]

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Domain name system (DNS) attacks, a threat usually de-prioritized in comparison to ransomware, malware, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), and targeted hacking, are on the rise, and businesses are taking notice. A new report from the Neustar International Security Council (NISC) surveying more than 300 professionals in senior positions from six EMEA and US markets […]

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