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Maze – The 2.0 of Ransomware

Maze – The 2.0 of Ransomware

Maze Ransomware is the most dangerous ransomware we have seen to date. We dubbed it “Ransomware 2.0” because we think you will be seeing more and more of this type of ransomware throughout 2020. It’s like ransomware and extortionware built into one.  For those...

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Cyberattacks and Schools – An Increasing Trend

Steve Stasiukonis, Managing Partner at Secure Network speaks with local news about cyberattacks targeting schools and municipalities. https://www.localsyr.com/news/local-news/more-schools-and-businesses-falling-victim-to-cyber-attacks/Kevin ConleyManaging...

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SNT Welcomes Kevin Conley To The Team!

SNT Welcomes Kevin Conley To The Team!

SYRACUSE, NY – July 1, 2019 – Secure Network Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce that Kevin Conley has joined our firm as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner. Conley brings to the table more than 20 years of experience in strategic planning, high growth...

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A Guide to Exploiting MS17-010 With Metasploit

Ever since MS17-010 made headlines and the Metasploit exploit came out, it has been mostly good news for penetration testers and corporate red teams. I'm not going to cover the vulnerability or how it came about as that has been beat to death by hundreds of people...

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CrackMapExec – The Greatest Tool You’ve Never Heard Of

So about a month back I started posting what we thought would be "weekly" security tutorials/thoughts/ideas, however the last month has been insane for us at SNT. I finally had time to break away and even more time to think about what I wanted my "comeback post" to be...

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Facebook Surveys – Can You Trust Them?

James Carroll, OSCP - an information security engineer at Secure Network Technologies was recently features on News Channel 3, commenting on the privacy of Facebook surveys and how a little due diligence can go a long way. Source:...

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Digital Personal Assistants Raise Privacy Concerns

Eric Fiske, OSCP - an information security engineer at Secure Network Technologies was recently featured on News Channel 3, commenting on the security of cloud and home automation devices such as the Amazon Echo and Google...

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The LinkedIn Breach: Why You Should Care

Just this week multiple media outlets reported over 129 million LinkedIn passwords being sold on the darkweb, stemming from a breach that occurred in 2012.  Although LinkedIn has implemented automated security precautions, such as blocking login attempts from a...

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10 Years of Human Hacking

10 Years of Human Hacking

10 Years Of Human Hacking: How ‘The USB Way’ EvolvedAfter a decade of clicking without consequence, users still haven't gotten the message about the dangers of rogue USB devices with malware hidden inside.When my piece "Social Engineering the USB Way" ran in...

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