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[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Cracks Down on Malicious Homoglyph Domains

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Microsoft on Monday announced that it secured a court order to take down numerous malicious homoglyph domains that a criminal group registered to impersonate legitimate sites of various businesses, predominantly located in North America. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[ThreatPost] ‘Pay Ransom’ Screen? Too Late, Humpty Dumpty – Podcast

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Splunk’s Ryan Kovar discusses the rise in supply-chain attacks a la Kaseya & how to get ahead of encryption leaving your business a pile of broken shells.  Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[ZDNet] DOJ gives Russian national two-year sentence for work shielding Kelihos malware and other ransomware

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Oleg Koshkin allegedly operated the websites “crypt4u.com,” “fud.bz,” and others that helped hackers “render malicious software fully undetectable by nearly every major provider of antivirus software.” Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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