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Attackers Prefer Cheap and Easy-to-Find RDP Attack Tools

For many criminals, the fact that they can just buy remote desktop protocol (RDP) credentials means they don’t need to spend the time trying to develop their own attacks. With RDP, the network is their oyster.

Windows Security, Remote Access Attacks

PerhapsNotPetya Ransomware: What You Should Know

Two months after the global WannaCry ransomware outbreak, a new wormlike malware variant has more recently plagued 64 countries, disrupting operations worldwide. But is it actually ransomware? Here’s what you need to know.

Petya Ransomware, WannaCry, Windows Security

Widespread Ransomware Attack Plagues Europe, Asia & U.K. Hospitals

A widespread, worm-like ransomware attack has shut down computers across Europe and Asia, hitting the Spanish telecom provider, Telefonica and operations in major U.K.-based health systems especially hard.

Ransomware, Wannacryptor, UK Cyber Security, Health Data Security, Hospital Security, Windows Security

Microsoft Drops Support for Internet Explorer: Just How Big of Deal is This?

Microsoft will soon drop support for Internet Explorer versions 8, 9 and 10 - that means no more security updates. We took a look at our user data to determine the impact on IE users. Here’s what we found…

Internet Explorer, Browser Security, Windows Security