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Jeffrey Burt

Content posted in September 2018
Verizon Study Finds PCI DSS Compliance Falls Worldwide
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/27/2018  | 
Verizon's report says that fewer businesses are complying with the PCI DSS payment standard despite the rising threat of security breaches and consumer data theft.
Xbash Malware: Dangerous Mix of Threats
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/21/2018  | 
The Xbash malware includes ransomware and cryptomining functions as well as botnet and self-propagation capabilities and will delete Linux databases.
Ransomware Developers Embrace Politics, Targeting Obama, Trump & Merkel
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/20/2018  | 
Recent malware campaigns have used names such as Barak Obama, Angela Merkel and Donald Trump to entice unsuspecting users to download the ransomware, McAfee researchers have found.
PyLocky Ransomware Can Get Around Machine Learning Solutions
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/18/2018  | 
The PyLocky ransomware, detected by Trend Micro, puts a focus on the ongoing machine learning race between cybersecurity experts and bad actors.
Iran Targeting ISIS Supporters, Kurds With Spyware
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/14/2018  | 
Check Point researchers found that victims of Iran's campaign were enticed to download mobile apps that were packed with spyware.
Cobalt Group Returns With Downloader Malware
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/13/2018  | 
Proofpoint found new campaigns by the notorious cybercrime gang using its CobInt modular downloader.
Trend Micro: Cryptomining, Data Breaches Highlight Busy 1H 2018
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/7/2018  | 
The rise of design flaws in processors from Intel and other chip-makers and the slowing down of ransomware were key trends in cybersecurity in the first six months of the year.
Android Spyware BusyGasper: Small With Unusual Capabilities
Jeffrey Burt  |  9/5/2018  | 
Kaspersky researchers said the malware is not sophisticated, but it comes packed with a broad array of interesting features and capabilities.


Why Vulnerable Code Is Shipped Knowingly
Chris Eng, Chief Research Officer, Veracode,  11/30/2020
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