ReversingLabs Blog

August 18, 2022

The Week in Cybersecurity: Cybercrime growth outpaces the security industry

This week: Evidence has surfaced of cybercrime’s fast-paced growth in 2022, a new Google Chrome zero-day vulnerability is being exploited, and more.
August 15, 2022

Black Hat: We should have seen the Colonial ransomware attack coming, says Kim Zetter

The ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline was a wakeup call. But cybersecurity journalist Kim Zetter believes we should have seen it coming.
August 15, 2022

The Week in Cybersecurity: MFA shortcomings paved the way for Cisco breach

A breach of Cisco hinged on a compromise of an employee’s Google account using "exhaustion" to trick the user into passing an MFA token to attackers.
August 12, 2022

Researchers demo flaws in GitHub Copilot AI generated code and warn of AI bias

GitHub updated guidance on using its Copilot AI-powered code bot after researchers showed at Black Hat that it often generates vulnerable code.
August 11, 2022

The state of cybersecurity: 'Things are going to get worse before they get better,' Krebs tells Black Hat 2022

Chris Krebs challenged Black Hat attendees to consider four factors that will determine cybersecurity's future: tech, bad actors, government, and people.
August 10, 2022

How to Hunt for Ransomware with Combined PAN XSOAR Integrations

Here's how to automate your file analysis routines and protect your valuable data from cyber criminals.
August 9, 2022

GwisinLocker ransomware targets South Korean industrial and pharma firms

GwisinLocker is a new ransomware family that targets Linux in industrial and pharma companies with sophisticated "double extortion" ransomware campaigns. 


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