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[HackerNews] U.S. Pipeline Ransomware Attackers Go Dark After Servers and Bitcoin Are Seized

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Just as Colonial PipelineĀ restoredĀ all of its systems to operational status in the wake of a crippling ransomware incident a week ago, DarkSide, the cybercrime syndicate behind the attack, claimed it lost control of its infrastructure, citing a law enforcement seizure. All the dark websites operated by the gang, including its DarkSide Leaks blog, ransom collection […]

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-06-13

Malware disguised as antivirus protection www.kaspersky.com/blog/malware-disguised-as-antivirus/40252/ In almost every post about Android, we recommend installing apps from official sources only, and that wont change anytime soon. A recent example illustrates why: Scammers were spreading a banking Trojan disguised as popular media players, a fitness app, a book reader, and one that hit close to home, […]

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[SecurityWeek] Ransomware Gangs Get More Aggressive Against Law Enforcement

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Police Chief Will Cunningham came to work four years ago to find that his six-officer department was the victim of a crime. Hackers had taken advantage of a weak password to break in and encrypt the files of the department in Roxana, a small town in Illinois near St. Louis, and were demanding $6,000 of […]

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