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Threatpost News Wrap, June 24, 2016

Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook recap the news of the week, including a Bitcoin phishing campaign, the Kaspersky Lab ransomware report, misconfigured email servers, and a decline in Angler exploit kit traffic.


SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Dan Hubbard has lately been a regular face at a lot of big data meet-ups. He’s also often been the lone security face at these meet-ups, which are dominated by analytics, search, social media and advertising professionals. That may change soon for the CTO of DNS and security service provider OpenDNS, who announced today at the Kaspersky Security Analyst Summit that security researchers will have free access to a new tool called Umbrella Security Graph.

Researchers at Kaspersky Lab, domain registrar GoDaddy and OpenDNS have taken steps to cut off Internet access for machines infected with the Flame worm. In the process, the researchers say they uncovered a large and complex command and control infrastructure of more than 80 Web domains and collected clues that put the origins of Flame as early as 2008.

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