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Announcements

reevert 1.14.4.0 has been released


We are excited to announce the immediate availability of reevert firmware 1.14.4.0 and reevert appliance OVA 1.14.4.0. This version is also available on Amazon Marketplace. You can upgrade your existing appliances by logging into local admin panels or from the cloud panel.

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Tip of the Day

Utilizing reevert's System Monitoring Center


It could be quite the challenge to keep an eye on computer systems when you don't have the right tools to do so. Without an effective monitoring system in place, minor issues and certain events can go unnoticed escalating to major problems and potential critical outages.

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Cybersecurity

How to Configure and utilize reevert VPN Server


With the release of reevert 1.14.4.0 we have added the ability to setup a VPN server to provide secure remote access to storage resources on your reevert appliance as well as within corporate networks.

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Backup and Recovery

Deploy a reevert Direct Cloud Appliance on AWS


Starting firmware version 1.14.4.0, you have the ability to deploy a reevert appliance directly on AWS cloud. Follow the steps on this article to get yours deployed.

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Ransomware Attacks Continue to Grow in Frequency for 2020

Ransomware Attacks Continue to Grow in Frequency for 2020


It’s no secret that the threat of ransomware attacks is ever-present and continuously increasing as we progress into 2020. It’s frequency of occurrence could be difficult to track as businesses or organizations don’t always report these cyberattacks to authorities, instead paying off ransoms to receive their files. This decision comes at a costly price, as payment never guarantees reaccess to encrypted files.

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Louisiana State Government Hit by Ransomware Attack

Louisiana State Government Hit by Ransomware Attack


Towards the end of November, Louisian’s state government experienced a ransomware infection caused by an unauthorized program downloaded onto a government owned computer. The cyberattack caused disruptions across several State offices, leaving employees unable to access the internet, email, or other necessary applications after a prompt server shutdown response by the Office of Technology Services.

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Announcements

reevert 1.14.3.0 has been released


We are excited to announce the immediate availability of reevert firmware 1.14.3.0 and reevert appliance OVA 1.14.3.0. This version will be available on Amazon Marketplace soon. You can upgrade your existing appliances by logging into the admin panel or via the cloud panel.

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The Rise of Ransomware Attacks on Public Schools

The Rise of Ransomware Attacks on Public Schools


Businesses and government agencies aren’t the only target for cybercriminals. School is back in session this month, and school districts across the country are also affected by large scale ransomware attacks.

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Baltimore City Government Faces Over $18 Million in Damages Caused by “RobbinHood” Ransomware

Baltimore City Government Faces Over $18 Million in Damages Caused by “RobbinHood” Ransomware


On May 7th, Baltimore’s city government was faced with a ransomware attack by the “RobbinHood” strain that took most department systems offline. Emergency response systems were unaffected by this attack, but the city still faces extensive damage costs that have risen to a price of $18 million.

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Dharma Ransomware Poses as Anti-virus Software in Latest Cyberattack Method

Dharma Ransomware Poses as Anti-virus Software in Latest Cyberattack Method


Dharma ransomware had first made an appearance back in 2016 and is still out to target its next victims through another cyberattack method: this time posing as an anti-virus software to trick users into downloading malware onto their computers.

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Microsoft Releases Windows XP, Server 2003 Patch to Fix ‘Wormable’ Bug

Microsoft Releases Windows XP, Server 2003 Patch to Fix ‘Wormable’ Bug


As recently announced on May 14, Microsoft released a patch for its Remote Code Execution vulnerability, CVE-2019-0798,  to fix its older Windows versions XP and 2003. The vulnerability has the potential to be exploited by ransomware - particularly WannaCry - in which the malware could spread from one computer to the next, hence the term “wormable”.

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Ransomware Decryption Costs Increase as Hackers Use More Sophisticated Attacks

Ransomware Decryption Costs Increase as Hackers Use More Sophisticated Attacks


Ransomware attacks are far from over, and with more sophisticated attacks like Ryuk, Bitpaymer, and Dharma, encryption keys provided through ransom demands have gotten more expensive.

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