Have You Been VNCeen? by Brandon Tansey
Many people were shocked when security researchers at DEF CON started posting screenshots of unprotected computer systems on Twitter. Our data shows that attackers are scanning the Internet for these kinds of systems all of the time. It's likely that all of these systems have been accessed by other attackers in the past, and will continue to be compromised in the future. READ MORE

Zeus Gameover, the Department of Justice, and the SLIC Threat Feed

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice announced actions taken to disrupt both the Zeus Gameover botnet and CryptoLocker ransomware infrastructure. This has provided a short window during which organizations can seek out these attacks within their environments and get rid of them. Lancope's SLIC Threat Feed has provided coverage for CryptoLocker since earlier this year, and coverage for Zeus Gameover has just been added as well. READ MORE

Zeus Gameover, the Department of Justice, and the SLIC Threat Feed

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Justice announced actions taken to disrupt both the Zeus Gameover botnet and CryptoLocker ransomware infrastructure. This has provided a short window during which organizations can seek out these attacks within their environments and get rid of them. Lancope's SLIC Threat Feed has provided coverage for CryptoLocker since earlier this year, and coverage for Zeus Gameover has just been added as well. READ MORE

Hunting PUTTER PANDA with Lancope

Security researchers are tracking cyber espionage attacks thought to be stemming from a unit of the Chinese PLA, operating under the codename PUTTER PANDA. As with other prominent attacks, organizations can leverage Lancope’s StealthWatch System to search their networks for IOCs from the PUTTER PANDA attacks to determine if they were a victim. READ MORE