Cybersecurity Roundup #16

It takes 20 years to build a reputation and few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin it.” — Stephane Nappo

Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 bypasses the Windows 10 Firewall

The Windows Subsystem for Linux 2 will bypass the Windows 10 firewall and any configured rules, raising security concerns for those who use the feature.

Negotiating with Ransomware Gangs

For now, it seems that paying ransomware, while obviously risky and empowering/encouraging ransomware attackers, can perhaps be comported so as not to break any laws (like anti-terrorist laws, FCPA, conspiracy and others) ­ and even if payment is arguably unlawful, seems unlikely to be prosecuted.

CISA Releases Telework Essentials Toolkit

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71% Of Healthcare Medical Apps Have A Serious Vulnerability; 91% Fail Crypto Tests

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A Police Charity Bought an iPhone Hacking Tool and Gave it to Cops

The San Diego Police Foundation, an organization that receives donations from corporations, purchased iPhone unlocking technology for the city’s police department, according to emails obtained by Motherboard.

Microsoft Netlogon exploitation continues to rise

Cisco Talos is tracking a spike in exploitation attempts against the Microsoft vulnerability CVE-2020-1472, an elevation of privilege bug in Netlogon, outlined in the August Microsoft Patch Tuesday report.

New Pastebin Security Features Draw Criticism

Text storage service Pastebin last week announced the introduction of two new security features, but some industry professionals believe they will likely be abused by malicious actors.

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Cybersecurity lessons learned from data breaches and brand trust matters

Your brand is a valuable asset, but it’s also a great attack vector. Threat actors exploit the public’s trust of your brand when they phish under your name or when they counterfeit your products.

Sodinokibi Ransomware 101: Origin, Victims, Prevention Strategies

Cyberattacks have become a part of our reality, but have you ever wondered what might happen if your company gets targeted? You probably imagine that you would lose some money and a great deal of time, maybe fire an employee or too, lose a few clients and have your reputation…

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