Welcome to the 35th edition of the Secjuice Squeeze, a curated selection of interesting security articles and infosec news that you may have missed, lovingly curated for you every week. This week's volume was curated by Secjuice writers Muhammad Luqman, Devesh Chande, Prasanna, and Sinwindie.
The NSA Makes Its Powerful Cybersecurity Tool Open Source
No one's better at hacking than the NSA. And now one if its powerful tools is available to everyone for free.
How to Enable Ransomware Protection in Windows 10
Windows Defender includes a security feature called "Ransomware Protection" that allows you to enable various protections against ransomware infections. This feature is disabled by default in Windows 10, but with ransomware running rampant, it is important to enable this feature in order to get the most protection on your computer.
Recorded Future Launches News Site to Tell the Untold Stories of Cyber Intelligence
Recorded Future, the largest security intelligence provider, today announced that it has launched The Record by Recorded Future. The cyber intelligence news site will expertly source stories from the Recorded Future Security Intelligence Platform and global research analysts, and the broader cybersecurity community.
Tens of suspects arrested for cashing-out Santander ATMs using software glitch
Santander says it fixed the ATM software glitch that was exploited this week across the tri-state area.
US Army report says many North Korean hackers operate from abroad
US Army says many North Korean hackers are actually located outside the hermit kingdom, in countries like Belarus, China, India, Malaysia, and Russia.
Threat hunters track down Chinese hackers as they forage forums for tools
Secureworks has found evidence of Chinese state-sponsored hackers adopting and abusing publicly available tools found on Chinese hacking forums.