The Latest 9 Security breaches Worldwide – Week 30, 2019

The Latest 9 Security breaches Worldwide - Week 30, 2019

9 Security breaches Worldwide – Week 30, 2019

Be informed about the latest 9 Security breaches Worldwide, identified and reported publicly during Week 30, 2019. As these security-related breaches have a severe negative impact on any business, consider a security AUDIT to prevent any similar cases.

  • Mozilla has banned its browsers from using root certificates owned by the questionable entity DarkMatter of the UAE.

  • The malware BrushaLoader is still being used by attackers.
    • This was first discovered a year ago. This post dissects its multi-stage operation and how it is linked to the Danabot banking Trojan. It appears to be highly infectious and can be used to deploy a variety of malware payloads, including ransomware. BrushaLoader still sweeping up victims one year later

  • The latest report from Sonicwall’s telemetry finds that overall, malware attacks have dropped by a fifth when compared to the first half of 2018.
    • However, IoT-specific exploits have increased by 55 percent and ransomware attacks have increased by 15 percent. Ransomware targeting U.K. victims has increased nearly four-fold. The report also found that in May attacks using non-standard IP ports constituted a quarter of all malware. 2019 SONICWALL CYBER THREAT REPORT (reg. req.)


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