On the one-year anniversary of the NotPetya wiper, Dave and Jeff take a look back on the past 12 months:
One year after NotPetya and still 936k no-auth SMB servers online; 54k of them are Windows. Azure exposure is down by 1.7%! 🤦♂️Overall port 445 exposure (including auth-enabled servers) has increased by 1% to 1998219 IP's – there 20k MORE online than one year ago today pic.twitter.com/qfaj8RKiqf
— Nate W. | #BlackLivesMatter | #NoJusticeNoPeace (@n0x08) June 26, 2018
From the above tweet from Nate Warfield, it seems not much has changed. We also touch base on some issues that may cause a GDPR claim stemming from voice recordings, whether social media might help predict spikes in Bitcoin’s price, and more. For more on the stories we discuss in this edition of the Kaspersky Lab Transatlantic Cable podcast, see the links below.