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CISA Announcement: Conti Ransomware Service & ZLoader...

By Carl Keyser on Sep 27, 2021 2:30:42 PM

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released a new alert and it's pretty important because it could impact everybody who's currently being served advertisements by Google.

Topics: Ransomware Ryuk CISA Conti Ransomware Service ZLoader
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Employees Willing to Sell Credentials to Ransomware Gangs

By Carl Keyser on Sep 13, 2021 9:11:02 PM

Topics: Ransomware
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Accenture Ransomware Attack: What You Should Know About LockBit...

By Carl Keyser on Aug 12, 2021 1:38:50 PM

News broke late Wednesday night (August 11) that Accenture, a Fortune 500 consulting company, was attacked and had servers compromised by the LockBit ransomware gang.

Topics: Ransomware LockBit Ransomware-as-a-Service Accenture
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Zeppelin Reunites...the Ransomware. Not the Band. Sorry.

By Carl Keyser on May 24, 2021 3:23:47 PM

I apologize to all of you Led Zepplinists in the audience, but I couldn't help myself. A fairly recent form of ransomware, called Zeppelin (duh) has reared its ugly head once again.

Topics: VPN Phishing Ransomware VegaLocker

WMUR Interview

By Carl Keyser on May 24, 2021 9:28:24 AM

Security7 was on TV this past weekend! Watch Jay Smith, our President of Sales talk with Fred Kocher of WMUR to talk about Ransomware and the general state of Cybersecurity!

Topics: Ransomware Interview WMUR Television
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REPORT: Virtual Cyrillic Keyboard Protects from DarkSide Ransomware...

By Carl Keyser on May 18, 2021 2:16:39 PM

Originally this article was going to be about The DarkSide group breaking up and shutting down shop after losing access to their servers and all their funds (as documented in this post from the Washington Post). But in doing some research, I found something out a bit more interesting that I felt would be conducive to sharing with you, our dear reader.

Topics: Ransomware Russia The DarkSide
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DarkSide Hacking Group Brings Colonial Pipeline to its Knees...

By Carl Keyser on May 10, 2021 2:11:16 PM

On May 6th, a ransomware infestation from a Russian hacking group has shut down the 5,500 mile-long fuel pipeline that feeds MOST of the United States Eastern seaboard, just in time for the summer travel rush.

Topics: Hacked Ransomware Russia The DarkSide

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