The process of staging a ransomware attack is much more complex than portrayed, with a number of actors involved, the global security company Kaspersky claims in a detailed blog post about how a typical attack chain is organised. The post was written on Anti-Ransomware Day aiming to demolish some myths around ransomware, which predominantly attacks systems running Microsoft Windows.
Microsoft has admitted that the malicious attackers involved in a supply chain attack gained access to some part of the source code for its Azure, Exchange and Intune products.
Breached cyber security company FireEye has explicitly said that the alleged Russian group APT29 is not behind the attack on its own infrastructure and a number of other private and public firms, according to the head of security company Dragos.
How interesting, someone finally got the message through to the top, that it was a very very bad idea to[…]
Out with the old, in with the newPerfect
Nice to see the open admission that NBN is intent on continuing to overcharge as part of its continuing incompetence.
An update has just been published: https://itwire.com/telecoms...
Boost is the only MVNO will FULL access to the Telstra network. Other MVNOs (mobile virtual network operators) only have[…]