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New infosec products of the week​: June 2, 2017

EclecticIQ Platform broadens scope of available cyber threat intelligence The latest version of EclecticIQ Platform, the analyst-centric threat intelligence platform, now covers all relevant sources of intelligence and enrichment data from intelligence providers and data sources. With EclecticIQ Platform, enterprise analysts, threat hunters, SOCs, and incident response teams have turnkey access to a complete set […]

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WikiLeaks Dumps CIA Patient Zero Windows Implant

WikiLeaks on Thursday made public a CIA implant that is used to turn a Windows file server into a malware distribution point on the local network. The documents describing the tool, Pandemic, explain how remote machines on the local network trying to download and-or execute documents from the file server over SMB are infected with […]

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FTSE companies lack secure data collection methods

With less than a year remaining until the commencement of the GDPR, new research reveals that more than one-third of all public web pages of FTSE 30 companies capturing personally identifiable information (PII) are in danger of violating the regulation by doing so insecurely. When assessing the public websites of FTSE 30 organizations, RiskIQ found […]

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Weak DevOps cryptographic policies increase financial services cyber risk

Cryptographic security risks are amplified in DevOps settings, where compromises in development or test environments can spread to production systems and applications. This is a particular issue for financial services organizations, which have been early adopters of DevOps technology. According to a study conducted by Dimensional Research, many financial services organizations have fairly strong cryptographic […]

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Fireball Malware Infects 250 Million Computers Worldwide

A Chinese digital marketer is to blame for the spread of malware called Fireball that reportedly has turned 250 million web browsers into ad-revenue generating “zombies” and infected 20 percent of corporate networks around the world. The malware hijacks browsers and generates revenue for a Beijing-based digital marketing agency called Rafotech, said Check Point Software Technologies, which made […]

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