[SecurityWeek] CISA Unaware of Any Significant Log4j Breaches in U.S.

CISA Concerned About Risk Posed by Log4Shell to Critical Infrastructure

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) says it’s currently unaware of any significant breaches related to the recently disclosed Log4j vulnerabilities.

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[HackerNews] Researchers Discover PhoneSpy Malware Spying on South Korean Citizens

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An ongoing mobile spyware campaign has been uncovered snooping on South Korean residents using a family of 23 malicious Android apps to siphon sensitive information and gain remote control of the devices. “With more than a thousand South Korean victims, the malicious group behind this invasive campaign has had access to all the data, communications, […]

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2020-02-07

Backing up is no panacea when blackmailers publish stolen data www.kaspersky.com/blog/ransomware-data-disclosure/32410/ Backing up data has been one of the most effective, though labor-intensive, safeguards against encrypting ransomware so far. Now, malefactors seem to have caught up with those who rely on backups. The creators of several ransomware programs, confronted with victims refusing to pay the […]

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[BleepingComputer] Avaddon ransomware shuts down and releases decryption keys

The Avaddon ransomware gang has shut down operation and released the decryption keys for their victims to BleepingComputer.com. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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