The dangerous malware appears to be well and truly back in action, sporting new variants and security-dodging behaviors in a wave of recent phishing campaigns.
Ransomware attackers often strike targets twice, regardless of whether the ransom was paid.
The novel cybercriminal group tapped the ever-evolving info-stealing trojan to move laterally on a network in a recent attack, researchers have found.
The costs associated with a cyberattack can be significant, especially if a company does not have an Incident Response plan that addresses risk.
The vulnerability remains unpatched on many versions of the collaboration tool and has potential to create a SolarWinds-type scenario.
Melissa Bischoping, security researcher with Tanium and Infosec Insiders columnist, urges firms to consider the upstream and downstream impact of “triple extortion” ransomware attacks.
The info-stealing trojan used SMS messages and lifted contact credentials to spread with unprecedented speed across Android devices globally since December 2020.