Securolytics recently uncovered a new email exploit we named the Split Tunnel SMTP Exploit. It allows an attacker to bypass email security gateways and inject malicious messages directly into the victim’s email server. The good news is that Securolytics Email Encryption customers were always protected against this exploit as our integrated cloud platform performs encryption/decryption
Published: May 23, 2017 Security Research By: Vikas Singla & Jason Morris Executive Summary: Exploit: The Split Tunnel SMTP Exploit allows an attacker to bypass an organization’s email security gateway and inject messages with malicious payloads directly into the victim’s email server. This exploit targets a newly discovered vulnerability in popular Email Encryption appliances as a backdoor. Injectable payloads
An update on the WannaCry Ransomware attack. (Source: NY Times) With the clock ticking on whether a global hacking attack would wipe out his data, Bolton Jiang had no intention of paying a 21st-century ransom. Since a week ago, when the malware first struck, Mr. Jiang has been busily fixing and replacing computers at the
According to the US Department of Homeland Security, “the infections of ransomware, which encrypts critical data and demands payment for its release, are typically triggered by office workers clicking on malicious emails. This prevalence of ransomware is creating significant implications for the business community, with 4,000 ransomware attacks occurring every day, reportedly earning cyber criminals
Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital is an old and respected medical center deep in the heart of Hollywood. Its stucco buildings and the nurses and doctors within its walls have been healing and caring for Hollywood residents since 1924. On February 5th, they experienced what all Health Care facilities fear. Their technology infrastructure came to a grinding halt.