Businesses are now paying an average of $1,400 to rescue their IT systems from ransomware, and global damages from such attacks are expected to surpass $5 billion this year.
Anyone who's recently downloaded CCleaner, a PC optimization tool, should immediately update the software to avoid malware that was inserted into one version of the program.
A spambot called Onliner has apparently assembled a massive amount of data that includes 711 million email addresses and some related passwords, many from data dumps linked to past breaches.
The NotPetya attack in June was much more than a traditional ransomware attack. It was able to collect usernames, passwords, and machine identities. Here are three key lessons learned.
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