Tennessee College Network Corrupted After Malware Attack

College Networks and Devices Remain Inaccessible After Emotet Malware Riddles Systems Classes have resumed this week after malware corrupted a Tennesee college network and devices last week. Columbia State Community College initially was infected with Emotet malware on February 13th when an employee opened an infected email. Initial thoughts were the malware was successfully contained. […]

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Baltimore Medical Facility Finds Two-Year-Old Malware, Leaving 500K Patients Exposed

Cyber Attack That Occurred in 2016 was Just Discovered, leaving 500,000 Patients Affected LifeBridge Health located in Baltimore, Maryland, was the victim of a malware attack on September 27, 2016.  However, what is most concerning is, the attack was not identified until March 17, 2018. In March of 2018 hospital officials became aware there was […]

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Pennsylvania Town Pays $185K to Fix Systems

Pennsylvania City Offices Struggle After Malware Riddles Systems An unknown malware variant recently took down the city offices of Allentown, Pennsylvania.  The malware attack was out of the realm of the city’s IT department, leaving them with few options.  It was reported, city officials contacted Microsoft and ended up paying the company $185,000, in an […]

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Malware Attack Takes Major Carolina Healthcare Facility Offline

Malware Takes Medical Facility Offline FirstHealth of the Carolinas has been offline since October 17, 2017 due to a malware attack.  It is believed the malware is ransomware; however, it has not been publicly confirmed.  At this time, the cyber attack has been deemed a malware virus.  On October 17th, a malware infected infiltrated the […]

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Virginia State Police Pushed Offline After Malware Attacks

Virginia State Police Department Offline After Malware Strikes As of Wednesday night, at 8 p.m. the Virginia State Police Department was forced offline, unable to use their email communications what so ever.  This cease in online communication was due to a malware attack that brought down the email communication networks.  By noon on Thursday, the […]

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