NCSC-FI News followup

Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-03-08

Data-Stealing FormBook Malware Preys on Coronavirus Fears Another email campaign pretending to be Coronavirus (COVID-19) information from the World Health Organization (WHO) is distributing a malware downloader that installs the FormBook information-stealing Trojan.

Hackers can clone millions of Toyota, Hyundai, and Kia keys Encryption flaws in common anti-theft feature expose vehicles from major OEMs.

Ransomware Threatens to Reveal Company’s ‘Dirty’ Secrets The operators of the Sodinokibi Ransomware are threatening to publicly share a company’s “dirty” financial secrets because they refused to pay the demanded ransom.

Miten toimia, kun saat kaverilta epäilyttävän viestin? Mikko Hyppösellä on timanttinen neuvo Vastaaminen eri kanavaa myöten voi paljastaa huijausviestin.

Enjoy your Steam: how criminals make money on gamers Much like the general population, cybercriminals have areas of expertise. Some grift people on social networks, other spread malware via e-mails and then there are the ones who know how to turn gamers items and accounts into money.

Ryuk Ransomware Behind Durham, North Carolina Cyberattack The City of Durham, North Carolina has shut down its network after suffering a cyberattack by the Ryuk Ransomware this weekend.

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