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The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) has issued an alert stating that it has received multiple reports (worldwide) of Petya ransomware infections. Insure you have the latest Microsoft Patches installed.

Microsoft Malware Protection Engine Remote Code

A vulnerability (CVE-2017-8558) has been discovered allowing remote code execution when the Microsoft Malware Protection Engine scans specially-crafted files.

InfoSec Alert - IRS and FTC

IRS reports that threat actors are taking advantage of the post-tax filing season with scams linked to the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System and Private Debt Collection agencies.

​​InfoSec Alert - Hidden Cobra

Microsoft and Adobe have issued security patches for systems (to include legacy/unsupported platforms, such as Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista) to address multiple vulnerabilities on systems that are believed to be at imminent risk.


WannaCry is a ransomware program first detected on Friday, May 12, targeting vulnerabilities in Microsoft software. Since the onset of the attack, it is estimated that 200,000 computers in 150 countries have been affected.​