Cloudbric Progress Report (6/6 ~ 6/19)

Greetings, from Cloudbric.

Here’s the latest from Cloudbric: for June 6th and to June 19th.

  1. Tech Developments

*Cloudbric Labs (cyber threat information data platform based on blockchain technology)

→ Blacklist IP API upgrade : 100% completed
→ Blacklist IP Block service in development: 30% complete (estimated time of completion: 2020 3Q)
→ Support for Hacker Wallet Address and Phishing URL API: 30% complete (estimated time of completion: 2020 3Q)

  • Plans to develop a service that blocks all blacklisted IPs using the ‘Blacklist IP API’
  • Analysis for method of implementing Blacklist IP API completed
  • Completed server load test after applying Blacklist IP API
  • Front UI for cybersecurity (blocking malicious traffic) in development

*Cryptobric v2

→ Internet Communication Encryption App for Personal Information Protection : 45% complete (estimated time of completion: end of 2020 3Q)

  • Planning for technology application in progress.
  • Reviewing the direction of cryptographic communication technology and seeking ways to implement it
  • Implementation plans for application under review
  • Planning details on design and server deployment architecture

*VISION (Deep Learning Security Engine) Commercialization

→ Source code analysis for VISION commercial structuring VISION: 45% Complete.
→ Commercial module development: 25% complete.

  • Revisions for improvements regarding source code and engine.
  • Review of additional lists to be included in the supervised learning of the Deep Learning Engine
  • Ongoing review of different learning strategies by domain

2. Business and Marketing Side Update

  • To show you and all our beloved partners and customers the security we provide, Cloudbric has decided to proceed with a penetration testing of our WAF; world famous ‘W’ group will handle the objective testing.
  • We are excited about our new partnership with ‘I’, a Japanese IT infrastructure and security company; Cloudbric signed an MOU vis-a-vis Black IP Blocking. This is the very first business case utilizing cyber threat database stored in the blockchain, and the official service launch is planned for later this year.
  • Cloudbric Remote Access Solution has now officially launched. Whether you’re looking for remote working solutions for employees, ways to remotely connect to web applications, or access private networks securely — we have a hassle-free answer to your cybersecurity needs. Sign up for FREE for a limited time! (free promotion period until September 4th, 2020)
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  • Google removes 106 Chrome extensions for collecting sensitive user data — ZDNet
    Google has removed 106 malicious Chrome extensions that have been caught collecting sensitive user data. The 106 extensions are part of a batch of 111 Chrome extensions that have been identified as malicious in a report published today by cyber-security firm Awake Security.
  • Pandemic Popularity Forces Dark Web Forums to Recruit — Infosecurity
    The COVID-19 crisis appears to have had an unexpected impact on underground cybercrime sites, leading to a surge in growth which has left many understaffed, according to Digital Shadows. The dark web monitoring firm’s Digital Shadows Photon Research Team revealed in a new blog that several forums have recently been forced to go on a hiring spree for new moderators.
  • South African bank must replace 12M customer cards — Digital Journal
    The banking division of South Africa’s Post Office called Postbank lost over $3.2 million will have to replace more than 12 million customer cards. This followed a cybersecurity incident. The 12 million customer cards were impacted after employees printed and then stole the bank’s master key, according to The Times.

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