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Know Normal, Find Evil: Windows 10 Edition – Rendition Infosec Founder Jake Williams Presenting At Enfuse 2017

Augusta, Georgia – May 10, 2017 – Rendition Infosec, the nation’s leading provider of information security solutions and consultation, today announced that company founder Jake Williams will be presenting at Enfuse Conference (formerly CEIC) taking place at Caesar’s Palace Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada May 22 – 25, 2017.  As a major part of Enfuse […]

WanaCry because your organization is slow to patch? Stop the tears with TearSt0pper!

WanaCrypt0r 2.0 has been spreading like wildfire and causing severe impact to individuals and businesses alike.  Wcry not only is a crypto-ransomware variant, but packages a leaked NSA exploit with it (MS17-010), creating a self-propagating ransomware worm. To protect our clients and now the general public, Rendition Infosec has released TearSt0pper.  Simply put, TearSt0pper creates […]

Five Secret Tips For Incident Response Preparation – Rendition InfoSec Founder Jake Williams Presenting At Interop ITX 2017

Augusta, Georgia – May 10, 2017 – Rendition Infosec, the nation’s leading provider of information security solutions and consultation, today announced that company founder Jake Williams will be presenting at Interop ITX taking place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada May 15 – 19, 2017.  As a major part of Interop’s Security Track, […]

Call to Microsoft to release information about MS17-010

After delaying the release of Windows updates, Microsoft mysteriously released a patch for a group of vulnerabilities addressed by MS17-010 after canceling Patch Tuesday in February.  This patch was released immediately before the release of a set of Windows exploits by the Shadow Brokers hacking group.  Although Shadow Brokers purports to have stolen these exploits […]

WikiLeaks’ Archimedes tool release – the breakdown for business leaders

Yesterday WikiLeaks released documentation on a CIA hacking tool named Archimedes, a CIA hacking tool that would allow CIA to infect computers on a local network.  The tool (formerly named “Fulcrum” according to internal documentation) relies on a technique called ARP spoofing to perform Man in the Middle (MitM) attacks against victims. Is this a […]

How To Avoid The Driveby Download – Rendition InfoSec Speaking At Columbus Bar Association  

Leading information security industry expert to give in-depth presentation regarding the potential pitfalls of ordinary, day-to-day web usage. Augusta, Georgia – May 5, 2017 – Rendition Infosec, the nation’s leading provider of information security solutions and consultation, today announced that company Co-Founder and Principal Consultant Edward McCabe will be presenting at the Columbus Bar Association, […]

Observations from the latest DOUBLEPULSAR scans

Rendition Infosec completed a new scan overnight for DOUBLEPULSAR scans and the number of infections continues to rise, though only slightly.  For liability reasons, Rendition is not performing the vulnerability scan to determine vulnerable hosts.  Rendition only communicates with hosts to determine if DOUBLEPULSAR is present on a machine.  At this time, Rendition is only scanning for the […]