NotPetya Tag

Cybercriminals are motivated by several things, including fun, fame, ideology, revenge, and especially monetary gain. They use many techniques in their quest to achieve these goals, and keylogging malware (aka keyloggers), and other password snatching techniques are among their primary tools. Understanding the Why of Malware...

One could argue that cybercriminals had a real break-out year in 2017. Huge data breaches, new malware techniques, and some headline-grabbing attacks. Our top 10 blog posts demonstrate the interest in what the bad guys are up to, and how to defend against it. From...

[Ransomware Series Part 3] Authored by: Alexander Sevtsov This is the third installment of a multipart series on ransomware. While this segment stands on its own, the earlier posts offer additional details and information about ransomware and how it operates. Part 1: Ransomware Delivery Mechanisms Part 2: Ransomware: Too...

What we know about the NotPetya ransomware attack that started in Ukraine Overview of NotPetya This is a new variant of the Petya ransomware family that targets Windows systems. The outbreak began Tuesday morning. It has been referred to by several names, including PetrWrap, GoldenEye, Petya.A, Petya.C,...