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WannaCryptor ‘Afterthoughts’…

Posted by David Harley on May 17, 2017

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…Not that we’re exactly in the post-WannaCryptor era yet. But forgive me if you’ve heard enough of the saga of the ransomware ESET calls Win32/Filecoder.WannaCryptor.D (after just a few days, I certainly have). Craig Williams, of the company Gigabyte IT Solutions on St. Helena, mailed me wondering about my take on the issue.* Here are a […]

Why SMBs need to pentest their networks and websites

Posted by Kevin on May 29, 2014

In November 2013 a national bank was notified by a third party that some of its customer data was being circulated on the internet. The bank had strong perimeter defenses, had no knowledge of a breach nor could find any indication that a breach had happened. It called in a forensics team to investigate. After […]