[SecurityWeek] RPC Firewall Dubbed ‘Ransomware Kill Switch’ Released to Open Source

Today at Black Hat London, Zero Networks announced the release of its RPC firewall – also dubbed the ‘ransomware kill switch’ – into open source. The tool provides granular control over RPC, capable of blocking the use of lateral movement hacker tools and stopping almost all ransomware in its tracks.

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