New Eternal Exploits – Daily Security ByteBy Corey Nachreiner on Feb 13, 2018 10:55 amYou probably remember the EternalBlue exploit that the WannaCry ransomworm used to spread on internal networks. This previously zero day exploit leveraged flaws in Windows’ Server Message Block (SMB) networking standard to execute code on vulnerable computers. A mysterious group called the Shadow Brokers actually leaked this exploit from the NSA’s exploit arsenal, along with […]
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Several vulnerabilities in the WPA/WPA2 encryption protocol have recently been announced that affect countless Wi-Fi enabled devices worldwide. As a result of KRACK, Wi-Fi data streams, including passwords and personal data, can be intercepted, decrypted, and modified without a user’s knowledge. Read our updated blog post to find out how security experts at WatchGuard have added additional ways to protect unpatched client devices from this global threat. Also check out our daily security byte video on KRACK for more information on the attack
For decades, businesses of all sizes have been plagued by email phishing campaigns. Despite preventative technology and educational training, the problem persists. But, it doesn’t have to. In the latest issue of Cyber Defense Magazine, WatchGuard Senior Threat Analyst Marc Laliberte breaks down the three major email authentication technology standards: SPF, DKIM, and DMARC. In a nutshell, these […]
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Are you sick of ransomware yet? I sure am. Nonetheless, another new Ransomworm started spreading through Eastern Europe on Tuesday. Called Bad Rabbit, this new ransomware variant primarily affected companies in Russia and the Ukraine, although it has had limited distribution in a few other countries as well. Victims seem to get it by visiting a [...} Read more - Bad Rabbit Ransomworm - Daily Security Byte
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