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Elastic Fantastic

This week, Indonesia has had more than a few serious issues with its Cyber security.  After a month or so of communications and rectification, the Indonesian Government came clean, admitting that up to 13 Million records of travellers had been exposed to the public internet due to a poorly, or not at all, secured Elastic database, internet-facing, whoops.  The data exposed … Read more

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Sign O’ The Times

Bet you all know that Sino is a word that means Chinese, our ‘of China’. If not, you do now.

Recently, there has been the usual flurry of announcements of breaches, attempted, successful and otherwise, which fall into the following broad categories:

Ransomware

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The Farmer In The Dell

Way back in the midsts of time (December 2020), numerous, very severe issues in some Dell Windows drivers were reported proactively by the good people at Sentinel labs and perhaps other parties, so far nameless. On what is cheesily called ‘Star Wars Day’ (04/05 or May the fourth, be yawningly with you), Sentinel disclosed these … Read more

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Cool for Cats

Dig if you will the picture. Way way back in October 2016, the British Signal Intelligence (and much more besides) operation GCHQ gave birth to an industry facing computer security advisory outfit; The National Cyber Security Centre, NCSC.

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DearCry Automated Action

Follow on from our last blog post, where we covered off proof of concept code for the HAFNIUM linked Exchange server intrusions. We are now diving deeper into DearCry, a new strain of ransomware that several threat actor groups are deploying.