From LA Times: A June cyberattack that snarled shipping terminal operations worldwide — and briefly shut down the Port of Los Angeles’ largest cargo terminal — has cost the Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk $200 million to $300 million, the company said this week. Now that there’s real dollar sign attached to a cyber attack, we’re gonna see more of this in the future, aren’t we?
I feel like this is gonna be a new trend. From Threatpost: The number of compromised Chrome browser extensions is growing beyond the initial Aug. 1 hijacking of the OCR add-on called Copyfish. Added to list are seven additional legitimate Chrome Extensions that attackers took over and used to manipulate internet traffic and web-based ads, according to researchers at Proofpoint. I first realized that Chrome extensions are a legit vector for Malware after watching my […]