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Launching September 25th ||| While the world went into Lockdown, cybercriminals and black-hat hackers looked at the opportunities of the situation. Attacks on hospitals, health organizations and researchers went on a steep rise. This episode of hacker:HUNTER examines how healthcare was attacked during COVID - and how solidarity formed to fight back.

 

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Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 167

Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 167

Who would have thought that an episode of this podcast would start with Robin Hood? Well, you don’t have to go far; that’s exactly where we kick off this episode of the Transatlantic Cable podcast.

Our first story of the week takes a look at some Robin Hood types who, after using ransomware to steal from corporations, then donate a small fraction of the stolen money to nonprofit organizations. Sorry, but I am not going to call these guys heroes just yet.

From there, we head to the sky, to British Airways being hit with a record-setting GDPR fine. Sticking with travel news, Carnival Cruise Lines and some of its subsidiaries have been navigating...

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Q: My computer was infected with a cryptoware tool that encrypted all the data on my hard drive. What do I do?

A: Depending on the extension of the encrypted files, the email address, or any other information from the ransom demand, you can choose from the range of Kaspersky special-purpose utility tools at https://noransom.kaspersky.com to restore your files.

If you have not found any matching tool or if it did not work, please refer to our VIRUS INFO thread https://kasperskyclub.com/support?sort=-created_at for future guidelines. Experienced users will do their utmost to help you resolve your problem.

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Training by security console

Training by security console

The notable shortage of cybersecurity specialists on the market in recent years has become particularly problematic in 2020. The pandemic, which has led to a widespread shift to remote working, has also highlighted the need to change security strategies at many companies. Even small firms have realized that the skills of their IT administrators are no longer sufficient to ensure business continuity and protect corporate information.

Management faces a choice: Hire an additional information security specialist or provide specialist advanced training to existing IT staff. Both approaches have merit, but the second is where we can help you out.

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This river was made for rafting, and that’s just what we did.

This river was made for rafting, and that’s just what we did.

After your aperitif, are you ready for your main dish of slow-cooked Katun, with a side dish of oh-my-gorgeous Altai scenery? Ok, then we’ll begin…

As I’ve written in this Altai-2020 series already, getting to the top of the Katun sure ain’t easy, and near the top there aren’t that many river obstacles getting in your way (too easy!); however, the early stretches are perhaps the most magnificently meditative! The odd paddle, the occasional spot of steering, a few splashes here and there, but apart from that – magical Altai vistas and Ommmmmmmmm ).

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Leaky images and other foibles of office documents

Leaky images and other foibles of office documents

Reports, articles, marketing materials — all are document types most of us handle at some point. We write and edit them on computers, e-mail them to colleagues or friends, share them in the cloud, hand them to clients, and so much more.

If a file you intend to show to others contains information they shouldn’t see, however, you could run into problems. Let’s figure out how to prevent that.

Capricious images

Secrets such as passwords in the background often show up in images, and by no means do all editing tools get rid of them properly. For example, even if you thoroughly blur over sensitive information with a semitransparent brush,...

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Zen and the Art of Partner-Contact Maintenance.

Zen and the Art of Partner-Contact Maintenance.

Just when things were starting to look up, it seems there’s a second wave of that ******* (censored) virus washing over the world. In Moscow the Mayor is gently (for now) pushing businesses to have their workers stay at home, schools are preparing for Zoombie Zoom lessons again, and our HQ is still practically empty (especially R&D). So it looks like we’ll rarely be going out, and when we do – carrying on donning the masks and gloves, maintaining the social distancing, and fist-bumping nodding our greetings, at least during the fall and the winter. Hmmm: which is best – corona during summer, or winter? That’s a tricky one. But I’d best not...

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Q: I have purchased a license for two devices for one year. Can I use it for two years on one device?

A: No, this is impossible. The expiration term of your license begins at the moment of its first activation (even if there are several) on either device. Your license is valid for two devices but only for one year. You have purchased one activation code (and not two) that you can use on two devices.
 

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Collaboration tools from a security perspective

Collaboration tools from a security perspective

For many companies, the mass transition of staff to remote working created a need for new tools. Years of fine-tuning employee interaction mechanisms went down the drain overnight as IT departments scrambled to deploy market-ready collaboration solutions. These solutions aroused no less interest among cybercriminals, who smelled an opportunity to gain remote access to companies’ information systems and spread malware through corporate networks.

New threat landscape

The problem with collaboration solutions is that at any moment they can be turned into vehicles for spreading infection across the corporate network. Just one negligent employee...

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FAQ

Q: I've received a notification about exceeding the limit of my secure traffic. What does it mean and what am I supposed to do?

A: Kaspersky Secure Connection is installed alongside the main product. This solution protects your Internet connection. Creating a secure VPN connection, Kaspersky Secure Connection conceals your IP and location and uses an encrypted channel for data transfer: https://support.kaspersky.com/13494

By default, the standard version of Kaspersky Secure Connection includes 200 MB of encrypted traffic per day (300 MB if the product is linked to a MyKaspersky account) for an unlimited number of devices and one automatically selected virtual server.

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Innovation in enterprise

Innovation in enterprise

It is no secret that business cannot survive without innovation. To gain competitive advantage, companies must continually develop, introducing new processes, new technologies, new tools. Wholesale digitalization has affected innovation in at least two ways. On the one hand, it has prepared the ground to ease the way for the adoption of new ideas. On the other, it has opened the door to new threats by complicating IT infrastructure.

Our colleagues investigated enterprise-level attitudes toward innovations: how they are implemented and what hinders the process. To do so, with the help of independent research company Savanta, they interviewed more than 300...

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Finally: water fun – down the Katun!

Finally: water fun – down the Katun!

At last – on my Altai-2020 trip the water-based action was about to commence. Ready for some Katun white-knuckle/white-water fun?…

But first we had to get over the mountain between us and the Katun – the final hop before the water. And the best way to get over it? By hopping onto a chopper of course…

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Given fine weather you can normally fly around (Altai’s highest mountain) Belukha and be mesmerized by the aerial views thereof through the helicopter’s windows. Alas, this time it wasn’t to be. Low cloud spoiled the fun: much of the mountains weren’t visible. But if you’re curious, have a look at an installment of my Altai tales from 2016.

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Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 166

Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 166

We kick off this week’s edition of the Transatlantic Cable podcast by looking at an active scam in the UK. As if 2020 was not bad enough, now people need to be on the lookout for scams that are targeting them with travel and refunds that are more prevalent with everyone at home due to COVID-19 — and the impact on people’s wallets is continuing to get bigger.

From there, we jump across the Atlantic to Springfield, Massachusetts, whose school system was hit with ransomware. The only ones happy in this story were the kids who got an impromptu snow day.

We stay in the US for our third story, this about Google’s sharing of crime-related search data...

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How to choose a truly free smartphone game

How to choose a truly free smartphone game

Wherever and whenever you want to play, mobile games are there for you. You can occupy yourself on the subway or while waiting in line at the doctor’s office by battling in Fortnite or PUBG, or you can spend your lunch break gathering resources in Clash of Clans. What’s more, many developers provide such entertainment free.

Indeed, you’ll find many free-to-play mobile games in your app store, although among the greats lurk plenty that are more annoying than fun, filling your screen with ads, recommending payment every step of the way, even in some cases not appearing to do anything at all (while downloading a bunch of useless or outright...

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Moscow-to-Mars simulation – to see if you’d last the duration!

Moscow-to-Mars simulation – to see if you’d last the duration!

The other day I visited a most unusual, unique place – and just down the road too. It’s a space-travel training complex where they do simulations of long missions into space. You may have heard of a small group of volunteers who cut themselves off from the world for a long as it takes to fly to Mars and back? Well, this is the place where that happens…

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…In this unassuming building:

…Namely – inside cylindrical chambers like the one in the following pic, whose size is no larger than that of a modern-day space ship. Inside everything’s set up to imitate as closely as possible a space flight: limited space, regeneration of...

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Q: I've purchased a license but have not received the activation code. What do I do?

A: Normally, the activation code is sent within 15–30 minutes after the payment is processed. If you still have not received it after this period has elapsed, several reasons are possible:
– The order has been placed but not paid for.
– The email with the activation code ended up in the Junk folder.
– The provided email address was incorrect.
To clarify the situation and to have your problem resolved, please contact the Kaspersky Technical Support Service: https://support.kaspersky.com/b2c/

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Transaction and account security tips for eBay

Transaction and account security tips for eBay

eBay is one of the most popular marketplaces in the world, and one of the reasons is that it’s generally safe and reliable. But when you engage in monetary transactions, you always assume the risk of losing money as a result of fraud or negligence, to name just two causes. What can you do to protect yourself as much as possible from fraud and deception when using eBay?

eBay’s increasing number of measures to ensure its users’ security is representative of a general trend. The site has programs to protect both buyers and sellers. The programs recommend some clear risk-minimizing practices. Nevertheless, it does not hurt to once again list...

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Q: I've noticed a suspicious file that my Kaspersky product does not identify as malicious. Where can I submit it for analysis?

A: You can submit a file for analysis through Kaspersky Threat Intelligence Portal (https://opentip.kaspersky.com/) or MyKaspersky (https://my.kaspersky.com/techsupport#/requests/new).

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From Udomlya with Love – and Fresh Electricity.

From Udomlya with Love – and Fresh Electricity.

There’s a town in Russia that’s situated almost precisely at the mid-point between Moscow and St. Petersburg. It goes by the name of Udomlya. You’ll no doubt not have heard of it. Not many Russians have heard of it; I hadn’t heard of it either until last week when we went there! For I don’t have an encyclopedic memory, and I tend to study geography through personal field visits!

So what were we doing in this little-known town? Well, just to the north of Udomlya there’s a lake of the same name, and on one of its banks is a place to which we paid a visit: the Kalinin Nuclear Power Plant.

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MontysThree: Industrial cyberspy

MontysThree: Industrial cyberspy

Our experts have found traces of activity of a new cybercriminal group that spies on industrial enterprises. The crooks are carrying out targeted attacks, using a tool that our researchers call MontysThree, looking for documents on victims’ computers. The group appears to have been active since at least as far back as 2018.

How MontysThree infects computers

The cybercriminals use classic spear-phishing techniques to penetrate victims’ computers, sending e-mails containing executable files that look like documents in .pdf or .doc format to employees of industrial enterprises. Such files are typically named “Corporate data update,” “Technical...

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Ooh-la Yarlu.

Ooh-la Yarlu.

Multicolored mountains aren’t the rarest natural phenomenon in the world; however, not every mountain range can boast such a natural oddity…

The most multicolored mountainous paysages on the planet are without a doubt those in Zhangye, China. There are the yellow-red volcanic landscapes of Kambalny and Koshelov on the Kamchatka Peninsula, which are also simply marvelous sights to behold. Then there’s the multicolored Ausangate ‘rainbow’ mountain in Peru, and the Quebrada de Humahuaca in Argentina. And last but not least there’s the Yarlu valley in the Altai Mountains: also brightly colored, only in uniquely pastel hues, and also well worthy of inclusion into the list of the...

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Q: I've lost my activation code. How can I retrieve it?

A: You can view your activation code in the Licenses section of your personal account: https://my.kaspersky.com/MyLicenses.

If you did not link your activation code to a MyKaspersky account, you can find it in the message from the online store, on the electronic payment terminal receipt, or on the renewal card depending on the mode of purchase.

If you have failed to retrieve your activation code, please refer to the instruction of the Kaspersky Technical Support Service on what to do if your activation code is lost: http://support.kaspersky.com/7894
 

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Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 165

Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 165

The SAS is here — digitally, of course; it is 2020, after all. To kick off the latest iteration of the Transatlantic Cable podcast, Dave and I chat about a topic presented at the conference.

We begin with Mark Lechtik, Igor Kuznetsov, and Yury Parshin’s research on MosaicRegressor. This new malware uses a UEFI foothold to plant a second, more traditional piece of spyware on a target computer’s hard drive.

From there, we jump to the state of New Jersey, where a hospital hit with a ransomware attack paid a partial ransom.

For our third story, we head over to the world of dating apps and discuss a vulnerability in Grindr. It’s been patched, but it...

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