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McDonald’s suffers cyberattack in US, South Korea and Taiwan

The restaurant chain reportedly said no U.S. customer data was exposed and the attack did not involve ransomware. Image: seksan Mongkhonkhamsao/Moment/Getty Images McDonald’s is the latest company to fall victim to a cyberattack exposing customer and other data in the U.S., Taiwan and China, The Wall Street Journal has reported. [...]

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Expel rolls out managed detection and response for Microsoft

Expel for Microsoft alerts and responds to the Microsoft-specific vulnerabilities attackers typically exploit. Image: iStockphoto/Igor Kutyaev On Thursday, managed detection and response provider Expel announced the launch of its Expel for Microsoft offering, which automatically analyzes and prioritizes alerts across a suite of Microsoft products including Active Directory, AD Identity ...

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Ransomware: A cheat sheet for professionals

This guide covers various ransomware attacks, including Colonial Pipeline, WannaCry and Petya, the systems hackers target and how to avoid becoming a victim and paying cybercriminals a ransom. In the past, security threats typically involved scraping information from systems that attackers could use for other crimes such as identity theft. ...

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White House urges US companies to take ransomware seriously

A new White House memo to business leaders underscores the threat of ransomware and offers advice on how to protect their companies. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Following recent cyberattacks against key operations in the U.S., the White House is pushing companies to take ransomware seriously and beef up their defenses against ...

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COVID-19 has transformed work, but cybersecurity isn’t keeping pace, report finds

Underprepared, overwhelmed and unable to move forward, security teams are getting pushback from leadership and simply can’t catch up to necessary post-pandemic modernization. Image: CROCOTHERY/Getty Images/iStockphoto An international survey of tech professionals from the Thales Group finds some bleak news for the current state of data security: the COVID-19 pandemic ...

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How a malicious bot tries to evade detection by morphing

Targeting Windows and Linux systems, the Necro Python bot changes its code to evade traditional security detection, says Cisco Talos. Image: Cisco Talos Cybercriminals often use automated bots to deploy malware infections, take control of remote computers and carry out other cyberattacks. Though a bot sounds like it might be ...

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How to use wget behind a proxy

If wget is your go-to download command on your Linux servers, and your machines are behind a proxy, Jack Wallen has the solution to get this setup working properly. Image: iStock/iBrave More about cybersecurity The wget command is one of the best ways to transfer files from a remote server ...

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DarkSide and other gangs exploit companies that aren’t prepared for ransomware attacks

DarkSide and other gangs exploit companies that aren’t prepared for ransomware attacks Length: 12:30 | Jun 2, 2021 Companies have to be constantly vigilant about cybersecurity in order to stay safe, expert says. Larger gangs are providing ransomware-as-a-service for smaller criminal organizations. See the original article here: TechRepublic