Talk about an April Fools Day joke for the City of Albany, NY!
I wrote a bit last week about Norsk Hydro's encounter with LockerGoga, a newish form of Ransomware.
DarkReading.com has posted an insightful look at LockerGoga that I found to be rather interesting. The article makes six key revelations regarding the strain of ransomware. I thought I'd offer my own take on them here.
I'm going to be blunt: if you're still using Facebook you should probably have your head examined. They're absolutely reckless when it comes to their end user's security.
(This image has almost NOTHING to do with the blog post)
It's funny sometimes how we categorize things. As a species that is. It's a quirk of ours. We're the only animals on the planet that does it.
Norsk Hydro, one of the world's largest aluminum producers in the world and an electricity utility in Norway, has been hit by ransomware.
Another municipality in the State of Georgia has become the victim of a crippling cyber attack.
Our partners at Zscaler have posted a blog regarding Scammers and a strategy they've been leveraging lately that involves domain squatting and bulk domain registrations to launch their nefarious schemes.