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New Cerber Ransomware Switches To A Random Extension And Ends Database Processes

A new variant of the Cerber ransomware kills common database-related processes like those of the MySQL, Oracle and Microsoft SQL servers to encrypt files. The most notable change is the switch from the static .Cerber3 extension for encrypted files to a random 4 character extension, the use of a HTA file as the ransom note, [...]

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How-To Write SQL Server Audit Events To Windows Security Log

There are a few options you have if you want to enable audit logging on Microsoft SQL Server. You can write the logs to a .sqlaudit file, but you cannot open these in a simple text editor like Notepad. You would have to use the SQL Log Viewer. In my case, I needed a way [...]