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Tue 18th Feb

Why ForgePoint Capital is Placing Big Bets on Huntress Labs

According to recent reports, there are roughly 40,000 managed service providers (MSPs) and 28.8 million small to midsize businesses (SMBs) in the United...

Tue 18th Feb

Huntress raises $18 million to detect and remediate cyberthreats

Huntress, a startup developing a cloud-hosted solution that automates threat detection and remediation, has raised over $18 million in venture capital.

Wed 12th Feb

FBI Arrests Hacker ID’d by Huntress Labs, Datto for Selling MSP Access

The FBI last month arrested Marquavious D. Britt, an Augusta, Georgia, resident, for allegedly trying to sell information that would allow hackers to take over an MSP. Britt worked for the MSP until he was terminated for failure to complete tasks assigned to him.

Fri 24th Jan

SolarWinds RMM Tool Has Open Zero-Day Exploit: Huntress Labs

A zero-day vulnerability in SolarWinds MSP’s RMM tool n-Central allowed security researchers to steal the administrative credentials of an account holder, according to Huntress Labs.

Wed 22nd Jan

ConnectWise Responds to Bishop Fox Remote Control Vulnerability Report - MSSP Alert

Bishop Fox outlines eight alleged vulnerabilities with ConnectWise Control, a remote control software platform for MSPs & IT professionals. Here's ConnectWise's response.

Wed 30th Oct

Huntress Labs Unveils Automated Threat Remediation for MSPs, SMBs - MSSP Alert

Huntress Labs, an advanced threat detection & cybersecurity intelligence provider, unveils Assisted Remediation for managed service providers (MSPs) & SMBs.

Mon 10th Jun

The 20 and Huntress Labs Announce New Partnership to Provide Cybersecurity Solutions to MSPs

Plano, TX (PRWEB) June 10, 2019 -- Huntress Labs’ Cybersecurity Solutions Now Available to The 20 Partners throughout North America

Thu 14th Feb

GandCrab ransomware gang infects customers of remote IT support firms | ZDNet

At least 126 managed service providers forgot to update a plugin back in 2017 and are now vulnerable to attacks.