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Suspected Iranian hackers pose as ransomware operators to target Israeli organizations
Certain Iran-linked hacking groups are increasingly willing to use tactics associated with financially motivated criminals, researchers say.
After more than a decade, SentinelOne researchers weed out Dell vulnerabilities
Dell issued fixes for the issues in question.
Ransomware hits two state-run organizations in the Middle East and North Africa
It's the latest example of data-wiping tools being aimed at key organizations in the region.
Saudi cyber authority uncovers new data-wiping malware, and experts suspect Iran is behind it
It's the latest sign that Iranian computer operatives are interested in using data-wiping attacks to disrupt organizations in the Middle East.
Winter Olympics cyberattacks meant to 'send a message'
Multiple cybersecurity firms now suggests that a hacking group equipped with "destructive" wiper malware may have been behind the disturbance.
'Patient zero' of global ransomware incident was warned and owned before outbreak
M.E. Doc, the company at the center of an international ransomware outbreak, was reportedly warned about insufficient digital security multiple times, and new evidence shows it had already been compromised by hackers before last week's incident.