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The cyber attack on Oct. 18 encrypted about 200 computers operated by Chenango County and hackers demanded ransom of $450 per computer to unlock the files, Herman Ericksen, the county’s information technology director, said Monday. “We are not paying the ransom,” he said. Last week, the county board of elections released a public statement urging […]

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Initially identified in 2017 on the systems of a Saudi Arabian oil and gas company and also referred to as Trisis and HatMan, Triton is known for the targeting of Schneider Electric’s Triconex Safety Instrumented System (SIS) controllers. Referred to by some as Xenotime, the threat actor behind the malware is believed to have been […]

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Earlier this month, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) warned organizations making ransomware payments that they risk violating economic sanctions imposed by the government against cybercriminal groups or state-sponsored hackers. The advisory has the potential to disrupt the ransomware monetization model, but also puts victims, their insurers and incident response providers […]

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