2017's Biggest Cyber attack
The scars of Wannacry have not healed yet, but there comes a new ransomware attack to haunt the cyber world again. Petya, another ransomware, has hit organizations across Europe with significant impacts. This can be far more sophisticated and disruptive to your operations. 2017 was swept by the ransomware wave, and this does not seem to end. Engage Solidrock Cybersolutions to equip your business with respective resources to counter these types of attacks.
May 12th, 2017 witnessed the biggest ever cyber attack in the Internet history. A ransomware named WannaCry stormed through the network. It targeted computers running Windows OS that are not up-to-date and brought computer systems in Europe to their knees.
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The second massive cyber attack, a variant of the ransomware Petya re-emerged using the same Eternal Blue exploit and hit organizations worldwide, especially Ukraine. It is found to exploit MS Office and SMBv1 vulnerabilities and has worm capabilities, which allows it to spread quickly across infected networks.
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Fireball is a Chinese malware that affected nearly 250 million computers worldwide with India among the worst-hit countries. This Cyber attack was designed to hijack browsers and turn them into zombies. It is capable of executing any code on infected machines, resulting in a wide range of actions from stealing credentials to dropping additional software nasties.
How many websites do you have accounts with that store personal information like your name, email, phone number, or mailing address? If the people running these websites are not careful, hackers could gain unauthorized access to, and even change or delete, your information. They can do this using something called SQL injection, which involves entering malicious code into text fields on a website. In this project you will learn how SQL injection works and figure out how to prevent it.