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As reports of the NSA officially connecting WannaCry to North Korea surface, experts are saying developers failed to contain the ransomware before it was ready for deployment.
Researchers at Telefonica’s cybersecurity unit ElevenPaths conducted an analysis of WannaCry metadata.
University officials said users likely kicked off a ransomware attack that infected a dozen personal and shared drives by visiting a compromised website.
Mac ransomware is rare but Apple computers are far from immune – here’s how to protect yourself.
Researchers have neutralized the latest strain of the Jaff ransomware, releasing a decryption tool for unlocking files.
What will it take to improve cybersecurity in the problem-plagued healthcare industry?
Patrick Wardle of Synack and the Objective-See blog talks to Mike Mimoso about the emergence of a ransomware service targeting MacOS machines. Wardle explains why he characterizes MacRansom as “lame” and whether this could kick off a wave of copycats…
Kaspersky Lab said it has seen some of the first exploits targeting a patched Samba vulnerability, and those are being used to mine Monero cryptocurrency.
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