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S4x19 — Miami — Researchers who discovered multiple vulnerabilities in building automation system (BAS) equipment have also constructed proof-of-concept malware to exploit some of those security weaknesses. Security researcher Elisa Costante and her team at ForeScout last summer created the test malware, a modular design that includes a worm that spreads itself among BAS devices, […]

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Despite a recent decline in attacks, ransomware still poses significant threats to enterprises, as the attacks against several major newspapers demonstrated this month. It is also becoming more capable. In particular, ransomware writers are aware that backups are an effective defense and are modifying their malware to track down and eliminate the backups. Ransomware down, […]

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In a letter sent to impacted customers, the Memphis-based company says that the attackers were able to compromise its system in 2017 and that they installed malware that remained active at least between November 23, 2017 and October 25, 2018. The company reveals that users who purchased goods from its online stores during that time […]

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