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  • At Request of U.S., Russia Rounds Up 14 REvil Ransomware Affiliates
    The Russian government said today it arrested 14 people accused of working for "REvil," a particularly aggressive ransomware group that has extorted hundreds of millions of dollars from victim organizations. The Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said the actions were taken in response to a request from U.S. officials, but many experts believe the crackdown […]
  • Who is the Network Access Broker ‘Wazawaka?’
    In a great many ransomware attacks, the criminals who pillage the victim's network are not the same crooks who gained the initial access to the victim organization. More commonly, the infected PC or stolen VPN credentials the gang used to break in were purchased from a cybercriminal middleman known as an initial access broker. This […]
  • ‘Wormable’ Flaw Leads January 2022 Patch Tuesday
    Microsoft today released updates to plug nearly 120 security holes in Windows and supported software. Six of the vulnerabilities were publicly detailed already, potentially giving attackers a head start in figuring out how to exploit them in unpatched systems. More concerning, Microsoft warns that one of the flaws fixed this month is "wormable," meaning no […]
  • 500M Avira Antivirus Users Introduced to Cryptomining
    Many readers were surprised to learn recently that the popular Norton 360 antivirus suite now ships with a program which lets customers make money mining virtual currency. But Norton 360 isn't alone in this dubious endeavor: Avira antivirus -- which has built a base of 500 million users worldwide largely by making the product free […]
  • Norton 360 Now Comes With a Cryptominer
    Norton 360, one of the most popular antivirus products on the market today, has installed a cryptocurrency mining program on its customers' computers. Norton's parent firm says the cloud-based service that activates the program and enables customers to profit from the scheme -- in which the company keeps 15 percent of any currencies mined -- […]
  • Happy 12th Birthday, KrebsOnSecurity.com!
    KrebsOnSecurity.com celebrates its 12th anniversary today! Maybe "celebrate" is too indelicate a word for a year wracked by the global pandemics of COVID-19 and ransomware. Especially since stories about both have helped to grow the audience here tremendously in 2021. But this site's birthday also is a welcome opportunity to thank you all for your […]
  • NY Man Pleads Guilty in $20 Million SIM Swap Theft
    A 24-year-old New York man who bragged about helping to steal more than $20 million worth of cryptocurrency from a technology executive has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Nicholas Truglia was part of a group alleged to have stolen more than $100 million from cryptocurrency investors using fraudulent "SIM swaps," scams in […]
  • Microsoft Patch Tuesday, December 2021 Edition
    Microsoft, Adobe, and Google all issued security updates to their products today. The Microsoft patches include six previously disclosed security flaws, and one that that is already being actively exploited. But this month's Patch Tuesday is being overshadowed by the "Log4Shell" 0-day exploit in a popular Java library that web server administrators are now racing […]
  • Inside Ireland’s Public Healthcare Ransomware Scare
    The accounting firm PricewatersCoopers recently published lessons learned from the disruptive and costly ransomware attack in May 2021 on Ireland's public health system. The unusually candid post-mortem found that nearly two months elapsed between the initial intrusion and the launching of the ransomware. It also found affected hospitals had tens of thousand of outdated Windows […]
  • Canada Charges Its “Most Prolific Cybercriminal”
    A 31-year-old Canadian man has been arrested and charged with fraud in connection with numerous ransomware attacks against businesses, government agencies and private citizens throughout Canada and the United States. Canadian authorities describe him as "the most prolific cybercriminal we've identified in Canada," but so far they've released few other details about the investigation or […]