Steve Zurier

January 5, 2021

Chinese espionage group APT27 moves into ransomware

The Chinese espionage group APT27 has moved into more financially-motivated cybercrimes, using ransomware to encrypt core servers at major gaming companies worldwide.

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December 31, 2020

Financial services industry hit with tens of millions of attacks per day

The report found that the bad threat actors primarily used common attack paths, such as SQL injection, local file inclusion and cross-site scripting.

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December 30, 2020

New Golang worm turns Windows and Linux servers into monero miners

The potential number of systems is staggering: There are 5.5 million MySQL, Tomcat, Jenkins, and WebLogic devices connected to the internet that could be vulnerable.

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December 29, 2020

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, a partner of defense companies and agencies, reports breach

Of particular concern among some cybersecurity experts is the fact that the company took several months to report to the incidents, which stemmed from unauthorized access to servers from overseas offices.

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December 28, 2020

In wake of SolarWinds and Vietnam, more supply chain attacks expected 2021

Research from ESET of a supply chain attack in Vietnam in which digital certificates were compromised set off continued discussions in the industry about the nature of recent supply chain attacks, and how security teams can most effectively prepare and respond.

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December 24, 2020

DDoS attacks hit Citrix Application Delivery Controllers, hindering customer performance

The attacker or bots can overwhelm the Citrix ADC Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) network throughput, potentially leading to outbound bandwidth exhaustion.

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