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CATEGORY ARCHIVES: financial

WHEN RANSOMWARE HITS CLOSE TO HOME

Last Friday’s family dinner started like any other. My grandmother stealthily running around the kitchen adding some finishing touches to her amazing dishes, while her children and grandchildren gradually arrive. Meeting once a week (or two) for a Friday dinner is customary for traditional Israeli families (and let’s face it, Israel is so small that no matter where you live – it’s still no more than a few-hour drive from your family). As we started moving delicious-smelling food from the kitchen to the dining room, my family asked me excitedly (and a bit worriedly) – “Did you hear about the Shirbit cyber attack? They got attacked with a ransom malware, have you heard of those?”.

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Recent Bank IP Address Spoofing Exposes Problem with How Some Threat Feeds Are Generated

Last week, Cyberscoop reported that someone was launching a scan of the entire internet using packets spoofed with a source address of major American banks. That event is interesting in its own right, and follows an occasional pattern by which attackers occasionally try to manipulate the automation our industry uses to protect against attackers.

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ThreatSTOP Introduces New Targets From Bambenek Consulting Feeds

Several new malware families have made recent appearances on the Bambenek Consulting feeds and are now tracked also by ThreatSTOP. These malware families are different in action and in their targets.

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