File Integrity Monitoring Blog
Read the latest news, developments and opinion pieces on IT security and compliance from industry experts New Net Technologies.
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Ransomware attacks are on the increase as reported previously*, but it seems that the threat of a DDOS attack may not be the only extortion muscle being employed.
News breaking today that a new batch of stolen card numbers made available for sale all have something in common – all have been used recently for Book2Park.com reservations. This makes it likely that this was the source of the card data theft.
It has been said before, but if you need another marker to show just how marginalized anti-virus technology is becoming, research carried out by Lastline Labs really brings the message home.
Reported this week, 'Skeleton Key malware that bypasses AD Authentication'. So what do you need to know to protect your AD Servers from this and other attacks?
Research from Avast has been published detailing the operation of the XOR.DDoS trojan, designed to infect Linux systems. Will 2015 be the year of DDOS Extortion?
A recent report by Computer Business Review suggests that 41 per cent of organisations are planning to increase their IT security budget by 16 per cent in 2014.
Electronic payment gateway solutions provider CHARGE Anywhere stated last Tuesday that an attack against its network resulted in hackers gaining access to payment card data for transactions processed through many merchants.
Brian Krebs has now provided some detailed insight to the recent Sony Pictures Entertainment breach, revealing that the hack was far more complex and potentially damaging than was first understood.
As if the currently known and understood threats weren't enough to be worried about, in this article, TK Keanini on DarkReading.com has presented some hypothetical - but very tangible - future security nightmares.
Reports emerging today make great headlines even though the suggestion is that it was 'only' the unclassified network and no harm has been done. How do White House network user credentials get compromised in the first place?
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