Threat Intelligence Netflix Phishing Scam

Threat Intelligence: Netflix Phishing Scam

A new Phishing campaign has been identified by authorities in Ohio that is targeting Netflix users. The campaign sends an email to a Netflix customer asking that user to update their payment information on their website with a link to do so. The email states that the account is “on hold” until the information is […]
Threat Intelligence Customer Information Exposed in Caribou Coffee Data Breach

Threat Intelligence: Customer Information Exposed in Caribou Coffee Data Breach

Caribou Coffee suffered a data breach which was disclosed last week by the company. The breach affected more than 200 of their locations around the country. The company notified its customers by email stating the breach included customer information and credit card information that they would have used at the establishment. The breach occurred through […]
Threat Intelligence NASA Hit With Data Breach

Threat Intelligence: NASA Hit With Data Breach

Current and former employees of NASA from July 2006 through October 2018 could have been affected by a data breach, but the exact number is not known at this time. A server containing PII (Personally Identifiable Information) of employee’s was discovered to have been hacked on October 23rd. Cybersecurity personnel belonging to NASA immediately began securing […]
Threat Intelligence ZipRecruiter Suffers Data Breach

Threat Intelligence: ZipRecruiter Suffers Data Breach

The issue is with part of ZipRecruiter’s site that enables a business with authorization to access the CV database to contact the person seeking a job. After an employer gets online and accesses a resume, they can decide to shortlist some of the candidates when they are provided with a candidate form. The problem is […]
Threat Intelligence New LamePyre Mac Malware

Threat Intelligence: New LamePyre Mac Malware

The third malware strain targeting MacOS this month has been discovered and dubbed LamePyre. Although it appears to still be under development, the malware is able to perform a few functions. LamePyre traps its victims by showing up as a duplicate of the Discord app utilized by gamers. In actuality, it is only a shell […]
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Binary Defense Vision with UEBA, Simpler Onboarding and 2FA, Improved Threat Hunting and Data Queries, Detection Visualizations

Binary Defense announces Agent 4.4 and Server 2.73 packed with substantial new features and enhancements to the Binary Defense Vision platform. Binary Defense™ is excited to announce a new release of both Agent and Server packed with substantial new features and enhancements to the Vision platform. These versions continue to position the Binary Defense Vision platform as […]
Real People of Binary Defense Jimmy Byrd

Real People of Binary Defense: Jimmy Byrd

Welcome to our blog series introducing the Real People at Binary Defense where you get to go inside our offices and meet the contributing members of our Binary Defense team. Meet Jimmy Byrd, a born techie, Lead Developer for our Binary Defense Vision EDR software solution, and just the third person to join the company. […]
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Binary Defense Once Again Acknowledged as a Representative Vendor in Gartner Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions

Binary Defense, a leading provider of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) and Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services, is happy to announce it has been identified for the second year in a row as a Representative Vendor in the Gartner “Market Guide for Endpoint Detection and Response Solutions” report. “Binary Defense continues to provide the […]

Threat Intelligence: Instagram Exposes Passwords in Plaintext

The popular social media photo sharing app Instagram has recently patched a bug in their website that accidentally exposed some of their users’ passwords in plaintext. The bug resides in the new “Download Your Data” feature. This new feature allows the user to download a copy of all the data they have shared with the […]
Bitcoin Giveaway Scam Targets Google

Threat Intelligence: Bitcoin Giveaway Scam Targets Google

The Google Twitter account for its G Suite cloud subsidiary, which has more than 800,000 followers, has been the most recent target of a growing Bitcoin scam. Many have been asking Twitter to intervene due to the increasing success of these attacks and the growing ability for hackers to compromise verified Twitter accounts. When these […]