“Another active threat detected”
As WannaCry headlines begin to die down, another variant of a detrimental ransomware has begun to make the rounds. Jaff, a necurs distributed botnet, uses a similar deliery system as Locky and WannaCry. This gives security researchers an insight into the threat actors who designed Locky and Dridex, who also launched the Bart ransomware that grew concerns last year.
“New regulation affects any firm that does business in EU”
The GDPR will take affect one year from toay, but there seems to be little readiness for firms to take on the necessities outlined in the legislation. Specifically, geographic differences are highlighted in a recent study that shows just how ill-prepared disparate nations are.
“Tens of thousands of devices potentially open to attacks”
A recently found flaw in widely used networking programs have a new flaw that could leave users open to ransomware like WannaCry. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced the potential for harm on Wednesday, which is claimed to be able to take control of the compromised device entirely without a patch applied by the user and admisistrator.