The IT Army of Ukraine claims VTB DDoS. DPRK exploits Internet Explorer vulnerability. New variant of Babuk ransomware reported. Blind spots in air-gapped networks. And, dog and cat hacking.
The IT Army of Ukraine claims responsibility for DDoS against a Russian bank. North Korea exploits an Internet Explorer vulnerability. A new variant of Babuk ransomware has been reported. Blind spots in air-gapped networks. Rob Boyce from Accenture has insights on the most recent ransomware trends. Our guest is Nathan Howe from Zscaler with the latest on Zero Trust. And the hacking of cats and dogs.
IT Army of Ukraine Hit Russian Banking Giant with Crippling DDoS Attack (HackRead)
Internet Explorer 0-day exploited by North Korean actor APT37 (Google)
Morphisec Discovers Brand New Babuk Ransomware Variant in Major Attack (PRWeb)
Bypassing air-gapped networks via DNS (Pentera)
What to Know About an Unlikely Vector for Cyber Threats: Household Pets (Insurance Journal)