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A Nasty Cryptocurrency Wallet Switching Malware On The Rise

A Nasty Cryptocurrency Wallet Switching Malware On The Rise

Submitted by • about 2 weeks ago

www.infosecuritycenter.com - Cryptocurrency Clipboard Hijackers are a newer form of cryptojacking virus. This new category takes over the workings of the Windows Clipboard, for just one purpose: to insert the cybercriminal’s cryptowallet address replacing the user’s legitimate cryptowallet.

2017 WannaCry Scare Evolves To Extortion Scam Today

2017 WannaCry Scare Evolves To Extortion Scam Today

Submitted by • July 2, 2018

www.infosecuritycenter.com - May 12, 2017, will always be remembered by the corporate world, especially the healthcare industry as a date when a new cyber-extortion racket, the WannaCry malware was unleashed and no cybersecurity software was able to anticipate it.

WiFi Alliance Has Decided: WPA3 To Retire The Circa-2004 WPA2 Soon

WiFi Alliance Has Decided: WPA3 To Retire The Circa-2004 WPA2 Soon

Submitted by • June 28, 2018

www.infosecuritycenter.com - June 4, 2004, was the date when the WiFi Protected Access version 2 was ratified for public use. It took the WiFi Alliance more than 14-years to revise the wireless LAN standard encryption system, with version 3.0 of the WiFi ...

CIOs Worry More About Ransomware Extortion Than Malicious Inside Jobs

CIOs Worry More About Ransomware Extortion Than Malicious Inside Jobs

Submitted by • June 19, 2018

www.infosecuritycenter.com - About 72% of CIO's in a study claims that corporate extortion is the number one security threat facing their respective organizations.

Cybercriminals Targets More Than One In Three Healthcare Providers

Cybercriminals Targets More Than One In Three Healthcare Providers

Submitted by • June 7, 2018

www.infosecuritycenter.com - According to Imperva, 10% of the victims paid a ransom or other extortion-related fee. The ransomware (32%) was the biggest concern to most healthcare organizations. Since there was an estimated 19,000 canceled operations and appointments due to the WannaCry attack.

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