A Look at the Triple Extortion Ransomware

  Ransomware has traditionally concentrated on encryption, but one of the most common recent additions is the exfiltration and threatening disclosure of critical data in a “double extortion” assault. Threat actors, on the other hand, must continually develop new ways to enhance the effect of a successful assault since the financial incentives are so high. […]

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The Code Testing Company CodeCov Suffers a Data Breach Which Went Undetected for Months

  U.S. federal authorities are investigating a safety violation at Codecov, which works on selling a tool that allows developers to calculate their codebase coverage and works for more than 29,000 clients worldwide. The organization acknowledged the violation and reported that for months it remained unnoticed.  The violation impacted an unaccompanied number of customers, including […]

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New Malware Downloader Spotted in Targeted Campaigns

  In recent weeks, a relatively sophisticated new malware downloader has emerged that, while not widely distributed yet, appears to be gaining momentum. Malwarebytes researchers recently discovered the Saint Bot dropper, as they have termed it, being used as part of the infection chain in targeted campaigns against government institutions in Georgia.  Saint Bot was […]

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