This week on the podcast we discuss how a recent CISA alert on specific threat actor activity tipped off a separate adversary, leading to a new wave of attacks against vulnerable systems across multiple industries. We also cover the latest US and international law enforcement crackdowns on ransomware operators as well as a breakthrough on video game console hacking. … [Read more...]
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On this week's episode of the podcast, we cover a newly discovered method for hiding malicious source code in plain sight, CISA's new Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog, and action from the US Department of Commerce on the Pegasus spyware manufacturer NSO Group. … [Read more...]
This week on the podcast, we cover a heist of over $130 million worth of cryptocurrency from a distributed financial (DeFi) organization and have an in depth discussion on why cryptocurrency-related platforms continue to suffer substantial breaches. Before that though, we cover an apparent ransomware attack against the National Rifle Association and an FBI raid on a popular … [Read more...]
This week on the podcast, we cover the latest news on REvil, the ransomware-as-a-service organization responsible for the Kaseya attack earlier this year among many others. After that, we cover an update from the US Commerce Department on new export rules around selling hacking tools outside of the United States, nearly 6 years after the initial proposal caused a firestorm in … [Read more...]
This week on the podcast we cover VirusTotal's first ever global ransomware report which analyzes ransomware trends over the last year from the unique position of the world's largest malware intelligence platform. Before that though, we cover another APT group with a ridiculous name found exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Windows. … [Read more...]