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VPNFilter Worse Than Previously Reported

We previously reported that the FBI has warned consumers about a nasty malware, known as VPNFilter and believed to have been launched by a Russian government hacking group is infecting hundreds of thousands of small business and home router [view related post here]. Apparently the malware is much worse than anyone thought and Cisco’s Talo … Continue Reading

FBI Warning: Russian Hackers Attacking Routers

Late last week, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) issued a warning to U.S. consumers that Russian hackers (dubbed Sofacy and a/k/a Fancy Brear and APT28, and believed to be backed by the Russian government) had compromised “hundreds of thousands” of home and office routers through malware known as VPNFilter in order to collect information … Continue Reading

Cisco Warns of VPN Bug

Cisco is warning customers using its Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software about a VPN bug that could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause a reload of the affected system or to remotely execute code” and “allow an attacker to take full control of the system.” Because the bug, known as DVE-2018-0101 is easy to … Continue Reading

Cisco Releases Midyear Cybersecurity Report

We continue to try to alert our clients about the changing threat landscape in cybersecurity. We keep saying how the threats are becoming more and more sophisticated and more and more frequent, and that companies must acknowledge and address the threat as a high priority. Cisco publishes cybersecurity reports that outline the threats to businesses … Continue Reading
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