Oct. 2, 2023, 4:05 a.m. | MalBot

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Remember when ransomware was simply getting locked out of your files? Those seem like the good old days compared to today’s nightmare, with entire operations shut down for days or weeks. 


While security teams have improved their defenses against ransomware, there’s still one gaping weak spot that attackers are targeting for initial access, persistence, lateral movement, and more—network infrastructure. 


State-sponsored APT actors continue to target network appliances, notably with the recent Volt Typhoon attacks against military targets, an APT28 campaign …

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