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AES-256 crypto cracked in 50 secs using €200 of kit one...

Van Eck phreaking getting surprisingly cheap Sideband attacks that monitor a computer's electromagnetic output to snaffle passwords are nothing new.

They usually require direct access to the target system and a lot of expensive machinery – but no longer.…

AES-256 keys sniffed in seconds using €200 of kit a few...

Van Eck phreaking getting surprisingly cheap Sideband attacks that monitor a computer's electromagnetic output to snaffle passwords are nothing new.

They usually require direct access to the target system and a lot of expensive machinery – but no longer.…

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WannaCry ransomware used in widespread attacks all over the world

Earlier today, our products detected and successfully blocked a large number of ransomware attacks around the world.
In these attacks, data is encrypted with the extension “.WCRYrdquo; added to the filenames. Our analysis indicates the attack, dubbed “WannaCryrdquo;, is initiated through an SMBv2 remote code execution in Microsoft Windows.

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The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive is backed with a lifetime limited warranty.
It currently averages 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon from over 530 people (80% rate the full 5 stars: see reviews here), and its typical list price has been reduced generously to just $52.10.
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The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive features a sizable 128GB of storage, and read speeds of up to 260MB/s lets you easily transfer a full-length movie in seconds. The sophisticated design and durable aluminum metal casing help to protect against every day wear and tear on the outside, while the included SanDisk SecureAccess software provides 128-bit AES file encryption and password protection on the inside for your private files.

The SanDisk Extreme PRO USB 3.0 Flash Drive is backed with a lifetime limited warranty.
It currently averages 4.6 out of 5 stars on Amazon from over 530 people (80% rate the full 5 stars: see reviews here), and its typical list price has been reduced generously to just $59.99.
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XPan, I am your father

While we have previously written on the now infamous XPan ransomware family, some of it’s variants are still affecting users primarily located in Brazil.

This sample is what could be considered as the “father” of other XPan ransomware variants.

A considerable amount of indicators within the source code depict the early origins of this sample.

A free decryption tool is now available for all Bart ransomware...

Users who have had their files encrypted by any version of the Bart ransomware program are in luck: Antivirus vendor Bitdefender has just released a free decryption tool.The Bart ransomware appeared back in June and stood out because it locked victi...

PetrWrap: the new Petya-based ransomware used in targeted attacks

This year we found a new family of ransomware used in targeted attacks against organizations.

After penetrating an organization's network the threat actors used the PsExec tool to install ransomware on all endpoints and servers in the organization.

The next interesting fact about this ransomware is that the threat actors decided to use the well-known Petya ransomware to encrypt user data.

Kauai is moving from diesel generators to renewable energy with help...

Shipping fuel is expensive, so why not generate it from energy sources found locally?

Largest grid-tied lithium ion battery system deployed today in San Diego

CA Public Utilities Commissioner: "We are far in advance of where we expected to be."

Breaking The Weakest Link Of The Strongest Chain

Around July last year, more than a 100 Israeli servicemen were hit by a cunning threat actor.

The attack compromised their devices and exfiltrated data to the attackers’ C&C.
In addition, the compromised devices were pushed Trojan updates.

The operation remains active at the time of writing this post.