by Paul Ducklin It’s been a while since we’ve written about card skimmers, which used to play a big part in global cybercrime. These days, many if not most cyber-breach and cybercrime stories revolve around ransomware, the darkweb and the cloud, or some unholy combination of the three. In ransomware . . . Read more
by Paul Ducklin There are plenty of military puns in operating system history. Unix famously has a whole raft of personnel known as Major Number, who organise the batallions of devices such as disk drives, keyboards and webcams in your system. Microsoft once struggled with the apparently incompetent General Failure, . . . Read more
The criminals didn’t implant any malware. The attack was orchestrated via malevolent configuration changes.