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Netfort's How to deal with the Locky Ransomware Email Campaign

Locky Ransomware Ransomware has been the number one cyber-security threat in 2017. Outbreaks such as WannaCry have caused massive amounts of damage worldwide. If you want to detect Ransomware such as WannaCry you should watch out for an increase in file renames and deploy technologies such as IDS to identify outbreaks on your network.  Recentl...
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NetFort Releases New Version of LANGuardian

NetFort LANGuardian 14.3 adds GEO IP Database and Improves Performance of Data Acquisition, Reporting and Alerting Last week,  NetFort  announced the latest version of LANGuardian , its flagship network traffic and security monitoring software. This new release introduces significant feature and performance enhancements, and delivers...
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Game of Thrones, Dragons and Network Visibility?

There once existed vast unexplored areas of the oceans that in apocryphal sea charts were marked off and labeled 'Here be Dragons'; meaning no-one knew what was there, but the suspicion was, it couldn't be good.  The last couple weeks, there's talk of dragons of a different hue – for Game of Thrones fans; as the 7th season premiered ...
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Prevent Petya Ransomware by disabling SMBv1 on your Network

Petya \ GoldenEye encrypts entire disks  A new variant of Petya ransomware, also known as Petrwrap, NotPetya, or GoldenEye, is spreading rapidly with the help of the same Windows SMBv1 vulnerability that the WannaCry ransomware abused to infect 300,000 systems and servers worldwide in just 72 hours. Petya ransomware has been delivered via phis...
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How to detect SMBv1 use on your Network

How can I find out if SMBv1 is being used on my network?  Even if you disable SMBv1 on all clients and servers, it is still good practice to check if any systems on your network are using this protocol. You many have unmanaged systems like personal laptops or embedded operating systems within other network connected devices. These are the most...
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