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GUEST RESEARCH: Bitglass, the total cloud security company, today announced new research that shows how the Dark Web, the value of stolen data and cybercriminal behaviours have dramatically evolved in recent years.

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Sydney-based Macquarie Health Corporation has started to bring its core IT infrastructure back online, following a "cyber incident" — a Windows ransomware attack — that was made public on 7 October.

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Macquarie Health Corporation, which reported on 7 October that it had been affected by a "cyber incident" — a Windows ransomware attack — says it is making good progress in the recovery and restoration of its IT systems.

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Wednesday, 08 September 2021 10:55

Website of REvil ransomware gang back on the dark web

The website of the prolific ransomware group REvil has come back online about two months after it disappeared following an attack on a number of managed service providers.

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Security vendor BlackBerry has gone where no other firm in its space has, by providing links to ransomware leaks on the dark web, something that is studiously avoided by both infosec outfits and journalists.

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GUEST OPINION by Tilly Travers, Sophos: Even the most carefully planned ransomware attacks don’t always go according to plan.

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The company that operates the world's biggest single hydrocarbon network has admitted that it suffered a data leak, which it blamed on third-party contractors.

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The affiliate of ransomware operator DarkSide, the Windows malware that was used to attack the US Colonial Pipeline Company, appears to have taken on a target that was outside the parameters set down by the operator, judging from a statement made by the operator on its site on the dark web.

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A survey by an anonymous security researcher, who goes by the handle Bank Security on Twitter, has found that the US is the top nation when it comes to accessing the main Russian underground communities on the dark web.

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Guinness World Record title holder, gaming content creator, game designer, CTO of Hive Gaming and esports entrepreneur Luke Millanta has launched AlerTor, a system for efficiently detecting and alerting to malicious activity on the dark web. Watch our video interview embedded below!

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Guinness World Record title holder, gaming content creator, game designer, CTO of Hive Gaming and esports entrepreneur Luke Millanta has launched AlerTor, a system for efficiently detecting and alerting to malicious activity on the dark web. Watch our video interview embedded below!

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Uswitch is a UK-based comparison and switching service, like Finder is in Australia, and it has published research on where in the world people are most curious about the dark web, based on Google Keyword Planner data.

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With the world currently undergoing one of the largest and most complex vaccination campaigns in history, it's not surprising to find scammers and sellers on the dark market eager to make a profit off the process.

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Law enforcement authorities in France and Ukraine have joined forces to arrest a number of people in Ukraine who were using the Windows Egregor ransomware to make money.

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Cybersecurity researchers have discovered hundreds of thousands of leaked streaming service accounts, with damages estimated to have reached $38M. NordVPN has some advice on how to stop this from happening, and what to do to keep your accounts safe.

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The FBI has taken down the site of the Windows ransomware NetWalker on the dark web and also arrested a Canadian who was using the malware for attacking companies.

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Norton, which these days styles itself as "NortonLifeLock" following its purchase of the LifeLock business in the US, has released its Norton 360 for Gamers globally, featuring "dark web monitoring for gamer tags, a secure VPN, and fewer product notifications to combat game disruption".

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Attackers who claim they are responsible for the supply chain attack on the Texas firm SolarWinds, say they have data from their exploits which they wish to sell.

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Researchers from the US and the UK have found that only a small fraction of those who use the Tor browser — which can access sites on the so-called dark web — are likely to do so for malicious purposes.

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An Australian firm that was hit by the Windows REvil ransomware earlier this month has said that it has dealt with the incident fully, having been ready to do so by upgrading its defences over the last few years

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