adylkuzz

Adylkuzz – Now hackers want to earn from your CPU!

After WanaCry, there’s a new malware spotted named Adylkuzz that exploits the EternalBlue Microsoft SMB MS17-010 vulnerability. However unlike WanaCry it does not really encrypt your files. In fact it does not do anything to your data. It simply uses the idle CPU to mine Monero, a cryptocurrency similar to Bitcoin. How it works Adylkuzz installs a […]

WannaCry – Tips for avoiding Ransomware attack

Yesterday 5/12/2017, the world saw a massive ransomware cyberattack codenamed WannaCry that spread globally in a only a matter of minutes. Many websites will share analysis of the attack but for now we need to be aware about how it can be secured.  WannaCry, like every other ransomware, encrypts your files and asks to pay Bitcoins […]

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Security analytics – Why your organization needs it

  We live in the information age, and every business relies on modern technology connected via internet. Businesses growing laterally across geographies use the internet to blur difference of distance and time zones to collaborate with employees, customers, suppliers and partners. However, with every new technology comes a new threat – and here the threat […]

Currency Note Tracking – Myth or Reality?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that Rs 500 and Rs 1000 banknotes would be withdrawn from the financial system, saying it was part of a crackdown on corruption. The Reserve Bank of India is introducing new design banknotes in the denomination of Rs 2000 as part of Mahatma Gandhi (New) Series. Social media circulated messages […]

BugConf – Building Secure Software

Developers, are you afraid of being “Hacked”? Come, join our our event where I will share insights from my experience in building secure & resilient software – how to integrate security into software development process to avoid security risks like data breaches or thefts. Topics Why security for developers Common threats to software Integrating security in SDLC […]

Use Cases vs Abuse Cases

Probably the first (and the simplest thing) you might have learned as a software engineer is Use Cases. A typical use case diagram for a Contact Manager application would look like this: This is pretty handy, except that it limits the software engineer from visualizing possibilities how the program can fail. A robust software requires […]