How It's Made: A Ransomware-riddled Network

Posted by Camden Swita on July 13 2017

A closer look at NotPetya actions after it infected one endpoint

There’s been a lot of talk about how NotPetya made it onto corporate networks in late June. There were two main vectors: attachments in phishing emails and an infected update from tax software made by a Ukrainian company. But how did the ransomware spread after it infected just one endpoint? It had two options: the “flat network” exploit and the “stolen NSA tech” path. The former seems to have been the one most frequently used.

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Topics: Announcements, endpoint encryption, endpoint data protection, encryption, Russia, endpoint backup, Ransomware, update, Data security, malware, ransomware defense, NotPetya, ukraine

“SUPERWEAPON” RANSOMWARE BUILT TO SPREAD, CAUSE DAMAGE, NOT MAKE MONEY

Posted by Camden Swita on June 30 2017

As details emerge about the ransomware behind this week’s global attack, NotPetya, one fact is becoming clear: ransomware is becoming more advanced, destructive and harder to kill—weaponized, if you will.

A report on June 30 by Forbes details just how nasty—and sophisticated—the attack was. Experts are saying it’s more of a “superweapon” designed to wreak havoc, spread fast and damage infected machines than a cash-grabbing tool.

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Topics: Announcements, endpoint encryption, endpoint data protection, encryption, Russia, endpoint backup, Ransomware, update, Data security, malware, ransomware defense, NotPetya, ukraine

Launching Vaultize Russian Website

Posted by Sameer Vitkar on October 28 2015

We are today launching Vaultize Website (www.vaultize.ru) in Russian language. This is one more step to offer localized information to the prospects, customers and partners in CIS region. In the coming months we will be releasing Vaultize platform with Russian language localization support.

As part of our global expansion strategy, we had recently signed Master Reseller Agreement with Mitra Soft (http://www.mitrasoft.ru), a Value Added Distributor (VAD) headquartered in Moscow for Russia and CIS region. Mitra Soft is an established IT marketing and value-added distribution company with deep experience in SaaS, IT solutions for virtualization and enterprise mobility.

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Topics: Mobile Content Management (MCM), Digital Rights Management (DRM), BYOD, enterprise file sharing, Enterprise File Sync & Share, enterprise file security, endpoint data protection, Vaultize Partner Program, Russia, data governance

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