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Schneider Electric built its business on manufacturing circuit breakers and other electrical parts, but nowadays it also helps clients go green. The company collects data from more than 2,000 companies in its Resource Advisor software to track energy consumption, emissions and their overall sustainability scores. The company said Tuesday that a ransomware attack has locked […]

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When the Cerberus code was leaked in late 2020, IBM Trusteer researchers projected that a new Cerberus mutation was just a matter of time. Multiple actors used the leaked Cerberus code but without significant changes to the malware. However, the MalwareHunterTeam discovered a new variant of Cerberus — known as Ermac (also known as Hook) […]

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A sneaky macOS backdoor that allows attackers to remotely control infected machines has been hiding in trojanized applications for the platform that are hosted on Chinese websites. The “.fseventsd” binary bears some resemblance to known malware baddies, but adds a new layer of stealth that sets it apart. Researchers from Jamf Threat Labs discovered the […]

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