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🔐 "Lock your digital doors"
U.S. officials have spotted 'preparatory work' for Russian #cybercrime, to retaliate against sanctions.
They warn of increasing vulnerability hunting especially towards companies in critical infrastructure.
🖨️ Anonymous hacked 160 misconfigured printers and printed out 40000+ copies of anti-war messages for Russian people.
Copies also explained how users can bypass censorship w/ Tor browser (as many media sites are blocked).
⚠️ Bridgestone Americas suffered a #ransomware attack on Feb. 27.
This lead the company to shut down its internal network and production in its manufacturing facilities in North and Middle America for 7 days.
BitB is a novel method that uses third-party SSO options (FB, Google, etc.) on websites for #phishing purposes.
These fake login popups can appear very realistic, although they're not. Enabling MFA everywhere is a must to keeping safe.
This novel #ransomware's "niche" are serious home users who take backups.
By exploiting a vulnerability in QNAP products, it doesn't need a foothold on your device to to directly encrypt your backup files - asking $1250 to get them back.