Tag: Ransomware

Ransomware solution for VMware ESX

Hacker group used a method that we encountered for the first time. A super-intelligence who thinks they can only get paid by encrypting the config files instead of encrypting the VMDK disks where the data is kept. There is currently an encryption campaign targeting ESXi servers, which allows access to data on host systems (Service …

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Important Vulnerability in VMware ESXi

There is currently an encryption campaign targeting ESXi servers up to version 7.x via the CVE-2022-31696 vulnerability, which allows access to data on host systems.  

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Enterprise Cybersecurity challenges in 2023

In 2022, a lot of new variants of ransomware and groups (Ransomware as a Service) have targeted several major organizations and enterprises. New techniques (new features introduced by the notorious “LockBit” group, and a newcomer, “Play” that employs self-propagation techniques) and groups emerged as targeted ransomware attacks double in 2022. Today’s organizations, no matter their …

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Ransomware & Cybersecurity with Veeam v12

Cyber groups (Ransom Cartels), specifically target backup solutions in order to ensure that the victim has no other option except for paying the ransom. Conti group (works like a Ransom Cartel) is particularly methodical in developing and implementing backup removal techniques (on-premise and cloud). The full analysis is available here and is based on their …

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Protect your data with Veeam and Wasabi

Many organizations still view cloud storage as less secure than air-gapped, offline storage. These organizations feel that if data is connected to a network, it can be accidentally deleted or susceptible to ransomware. The traditional method of air gapping data for protection meant that an organization’s data was stored offline in an LTO tape cartridge …

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