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'You just have to exist there and you're vulnerable.' Others said Golden Eye appears to be exploiting the same Windows weakness used by Wanna Cry in order to spread itself rapidly.Stoltenberg recalled NATO leaders had agreed last year a cyber attack could be considered a threat sufficiently serious to warrant invoking the alliance's 'all for one, one for all' security guarantee.The mass connection attempts immediately made me think exploit scanner, and the fact it was scanning on the SMB port caused me to look back to the recent Shadow Broker leak of NSA exploits containing…SMB exploit.Obvious I had no evidence yet that it was definitely scanning SMB hosts or using the leaked NSA exploit, so I tweeted out my finding and went to tend to the now propagated domain. pic.twitter.com/zs5Td4ovv L — Malware Tech (@Malware Tech Blog) May 12, 2017 Now one thing that’s important to note is the actual registration of the domain was not on a whim.Another analyst, Bogdan Botezatu, told ABC that Golden Eye is a 'worm'-type virus, spreading from machine to machine automatically, with no need for human interaction.'It's like somebody sneezing into a train full of people,' said Botezatu.Jens Stoltenberg, NATO's chief, warned the alliance must step up its defence against cyber attacks, saying they could potentially trigger their Article 5 mutual defence commitment, meaning all members would join forces to tackle those responsible.Ahead of a NATO defence ministers meeting in Brussels on Thursday at which cyber-security will be a key talking point, Stoltenberg said: 'The attack in May and this week just underlines the importance of strengthening our cyber defences and that is what we are doing.''We exercise more, we share best practices and technology and we also work more and more closely with all allies.' IT experts have dubbed the new virus Golden Eye, and say it appears to be a more-potent version of ransomware that started circulating recently.
Although ransomware on a public sector system isn’t even newsworthy, systems being hit simultaneously across the country is (contrary to popular belief, most NHS employees don’t open phishing emails which suggested that something to be this widespread it would have to be propagated using another method).I was quickly able to get a sample of the malware with the help of Kafeine, a good friend and fellow researcher.Upon running the sample in my analysis environment I instantly noticed it queried an unregistered domain, which i promptly registered.Golden Eye is in turn a variant of even older code called Petya, which scrambles files on computer's hard drive, requiring a code to unlock it.
Petya is particularly effective because, rather than scrambling files one by one, it blocks access to a whole hard drive in one go, analyst hasherezade wrote previously.
They also made cyber a NATO domain - on a par with the traditional air, sea and land arms to become part of overall alliance planning and resource allocation.