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Our 2016 Q2 Security Threat Report provides our unique insights to the latest trends. Featured stories in this quarter's report include:

  • The plummeted distribution volumes of the Locky Ransomware family
  • Disappearance of the Necurs botnet
  • Suing Spammers, a profile on SF-based lawyer Dan Balsam
  • Country report: Bangladesh and Vietnam
  • Mobile messaging in the U.S. and the differences between carriers and NUVOs

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  1. Petya Ransomware Hits 2,000 Targets

    Jun 28, 2017 by E. Roll

    Following on from last month’s WannaCry outbreak a new ransomware attack has infected at least 2,000 targets globally including Russia, the United States, Denmark and the Ukraine. Banks, retailers, energy firms and transport networks are among the industries affected. Security researchers have identified the ransomware as a variant of Petya, also named “NotPetya” and “GoldenEye”, […]

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  2. Hacking Back

    May 31, 2017 by Andrew Conway

    New US legislation proposed by Representative Tom Graves, a Georgia Republican, would allow the victim of a cyber attack to take active countermeasures against the attacker’s computer without being guilty of a crime under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). While hacking back might be might be an emotionally satisfying concept there are severe […]

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