pandora fms

Our plan for world domination: take down the internet

We have been warning for a long time: Pandora FMS will control the world. We have given time to world governments to prepare, to North American villagers to prepare their bunker, for sects to draw their banners with “THE END IS NEAR”. And it is, it is indeed. Today, in our blog we reveal the secret plans of this company to overthrow the institutions and rule the world, then you will say that we did not warn you.


Fighting Ransomware: Using Ivanti's Platform to Build a Resilient Zero Trust Security Defense

Ransomware is a strain of malware that blocks users (or a company) from accessing their personal data or apps on infected iOS, iPadOS, and Android mobile devices, macOS laptops, Windows personal computers and servers, and Linux servers. Then the exploit demands cryptocurrency as payment to unblock the locked or encrypted data and apps. This form of cyber extortion has been increasing in frequency and ferocity over the past several years.


How logging everything helps mitigate ransomware risks

Ransomware attacks, the malicious code that attackers use to encrypt data or lock users out of their devices, have been rampant and are on the rise globally. The largest ransomware payout thus far in 2021 was made by an insurance company at $40 million. A more recent attack occurred in early July and was launched by a group called REvil. The immediate victim was a Florida company, Kaseya, that provides software to companies that manage technology for thousands of smaller firms.


Malware alert: The RedXOR and Mamba attacks and how to defend against them

Picture this: It’s a normal day of working from home as usual since the COVID-19 outbreak. After that satisfying cup of coffee, you log in. But something is wrong. No matter how many times you click, your files don’t open. Your screen is frozen and refuses to budge. And then, you see one of the worst nightmares any IT admin can imagine: “Oops, your files have been encrypted. But don’t worry, we haven’t deleted them yet.


Defending the Internet of Things from hackers and viruses

The 2010 Stuxnet malicious software attack on a uranium enrichment plant in Iran had all the twists and turns of a spy thriller. The plant was air gapped (not connected to the internet) so it couldn’t be targeted directly by an outsider. Instead, the attackers infected five of the plant’s partner organizations, hoping that an engineer from one of them would unknowingly introduce the malware to the network via a thumb drive.


Not Another Phishing and Ransomware Blog!

What can I say further about Ivanti’s mobile threat defense (MTD) solution for iOS, iPadOS and Android devices that has not already been mentioned in any of my previous blogs and quick video demos? If I was to state where Ivanti has a clear advantage over other unified endpoint management competitors, it is with Ivanti’s MTD solution.


Five Questions Your Organization Must Ask to Prepare For a Ransomware Attack

Since last week, I’ve been speaking with Splunk customers and our own team about the cyberattacks impacting the Kaseya software platform. While Splunk was not impacted by the ransomware attack, as a security leader we want to help the industry by providing tools, guidance and support. It’s critical that we work together as a community to counter cybersecurity threats and share information about events like these.