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The death count continues to climb in the San Antonio tractor-trailer tragedy. As of Wednesday, the death toll reached 53.

TEXAS, USA — Texas is implementing a new truck checkpoint strategy after dozens of migrants were found dead inside a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Wednesday. 

The new strategy, which begins immediately, calls for:

  • Additional truck checkpoints 
  • Trained teams to detect cloned trucks along smuggling corridors
  • New trooper strike teams to areas seeing record crossings
  • More drones in the air

Texas DPS will also be making sure there is better capability of stopping smugglers and cartel members who are trying to profit off getting migrants to the United States, the governor said. 

The death count continues to climb in the San Antonio tractor-trailer tragedy. On Wednesday, the death toll reached 53. 

On Monday, San Antonio Fire Department Chief Charles Hood said all the deaths stemmed from heat-related causes, including heat stroke and exhaustion. The tractor-trailer filled with 67 people had no visible working A/C unit and there was no water, he said during a press conference Monday. 

Abbott said every year there are reports about migrants who lost their lives from the heat and many of these deaths could be prevented.

Abbott said the truck carrying the migrants passed through a border checkpoint and it was not inspected because the border patrol does not have the resources to inspect all of the trucks. 

"The border patrol did not have the capability of saving those lives," Abbott said. "Mr. President, you can fix that if you provide what is categorized as the minimum number of border patrol officers who are needed to do the fundamental job of the United States of America and adequately fund their operations to make sure they are going to be able to inspect those vehicles. 

The driver, identified by Mexican government officials as Homero Zamorano, was caught on camera crossing through a Customs and Border Protection checkpoint in Encinal, Texas. 

Mexican officials released a map of the truck's alleged route where it's believed the migrants were loaded into the truck on the U.S. side near Laredo before heading north. The truck also learned the Cotulla checkpoint before ending up in southwest San Antonio. 

Zamorano was arrested in a nearby field pretending to be one of the injured migrants. 

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Killexams : TSA reports highest airport volume since February 2020

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) reported its highest airport volume since February 2020 as the nation gears up for what is expected to be a challenging weekend of holiday travel.

“BREAKING NEWS: @TSA officers screened 2,490,490 people at airport security checkpoints nationwide yesterday, Friday, July 1. It was the highest checkpoint volume since Feb. 11, 2020, when 2,507,588 people were screened. We are back to pre-pandemic checkpoint volume,” Lisa Farbstein, a spokeswoman for the TSA, tweeted.

Data from the flight tracking website FlightAware shows that, by noon Saturday, more than 550 flights within, into or out of the United States had been canceled while more than 2,200 have been delayed.

By Wednesday, 1,800 flights had already been canceled for the week at that point.

The cancellations and delays come as the airline industry tries to keep pace with renewed travel demand following earlier, restrictive stages of the COVID-19 pandemic and after a number of pilots retired or were furloughed.

Both the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and airline groups have engaged in finger-pointing over who is to blame for the struggle to keep abreast of consumer demand, with the FAA claiming that airlines were given coronavirus relief during the pandemic that should have gone toward staffing.

Meanwhile, airlines have alleged that the COVID-19 relief they received still was not enough to avoid staff reductions and claim that the FAA did not come up with a game plan for the upcoming holiday travel.

During Memorial Day weekend, thousands of flights were also delayed or canceled.

For the latest news, weather, sports, and streaming video, head to The Hill.

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Killexams : Check Point Identifies New Banking, MaliBot Malwares that Poses Danger for Users of Mobile Banking

Check Point Research (CPR), the Threat Intelligence arm of Check Point Software Technologies, a leading provider of cyber security solutions globally, has published its latest Global Threat Index for June 2022. CPR reports that a new Android banking malware has emerged, named MaliBot, following the takedown of FluBot at the end of May.

Although only just discovered, MaliBot, a banking, has already reached third place in the most prevalent mobile malwares list. It disguises itself as cryptocurrency mining applications under different names and targets users of mobile banking to steal financial information.

Similar to FluBot, MaliBot uses phishing SMS messages (smishing) to lure victims into clicking on a malicious link that redirects them to the obtain of a fake application containing the malware.

Also this month, the notorious malware, Emotet, is still the most prevalent malware overall. Snake Keylogger comes in third after an increase in activity since appearing in eighth place last month. Snake’s main functionality is to record users keystrokes and transmit collected data to threat actors.

While in May CPR witnessed Snake Keylogger being delivered via PDF files, recently it has been spread through emails containing Word attachments tagged as requests for quotations. Researchers also reported about new variant of Emotet in June that has credit card stealing capabilities and targets Chrome browser users.

“While it’s always good to see law enforcement successful in bringing down cybercrime groups or malwares like FluBot, sadly it didn’t take long for a new mobile malware to take its place,” said Maya Horowitz, VP Research at Check Point Software.

“Cybercriminals are well aware of the central role that mobile devices play in many peoples’ lives and are always adapting and improving their tactics to match. The threat landscape is evolving rapidly, and mobile malware is a significant danger for both personal and enterprise security. It’s never been more important to have a robust mobile threat prevention solution in place.”

CPR also revealed that “Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution” is the most commonly exploited vulnerability, impacting 43% of organizations worldwide, closely followed by “Web Server Exposed Git Repository Information Disclosure” which has a global impact of 42.3%. “Web Servers Malicious URL Directory Traversal” is in third place with a global impact of 42.1%.

Top Malware Families

This month, Emotet is still the most popular malware with a global impact of 14%, followed by Formbook and Snake Keylogger, each impacting 4.4% of organizations worldwide.

In Nigeria, Ramnit has a country impact of 14.10% followed by Phorpiex at 10.26% and Formbook at 8.97%.

  1. Emotet – Emotet is an advanced, self-propagating and modular Trojan. Emotet was once used as a banking Trojan, but recently is used as a distributer to other malware or malicious campaigns. It uses multiple methods for maintaining persistence and evasion techniques to avoid detection. In addition, it can be spread through phishing spam emails containing malicious attachments or links.
  1. Phorpiex – Phorpiex is a botnet (aka Trik) that has been active since 2010 and at its peak controlled more than a million infected hosts. It is known for distributing other malware families via spam campaigns as well as fueling large-scale spam and sextortion campaigns. 
  2. Formbook FormBook is an Infostealer targeting the Windows OS and was first detected in 2016. It is marketed as Malware as a Service (MaaS) in underground hacking forums for its strong evasion techniques and relatively low price. FormBook harvests credentials from various web browsers, collects screenshots, monitors and logs keystrokes, and can obtain and execute files according to orders from its C&C.

Top Attacked Industries Globally

This month Education/Research is still the most attacked industry globally, followed by Government/Military and Healthcare. In Africa ISP/MSP is the most industry this month, followed by Communications and Government/Military.

  1. ISP/MSP
  2. Communications
  3. Government/Military

Top Exploited Vulnerabilities

This month, “Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution” is the most commonly exploited vulnerability, impacting 43% of organizations worldwide, closely followed by “Web Server Exposed Git Repository Information Disclosure” which has a global impact of 42.3%. “Web Servers Malicious URL Directory Traversal” is in third place with a global impact of 42.1%.

Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution (CVE-2021-44228) – A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Apache Log4j. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the affected system.

  1. ↑ Web Server Exposed Git Repository Information Disclosure – An information disclosure vulnerability has been reported in Git Repository. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an unintentional disclosure of account information.
  2. Web Servers Malicious URL Directory Traversal (CVE-2010-4598,CVE-2011-2474,CVE-2014-0130,CVE-2014-0780,CVE-2015-0666,CVE-2015-4068,CVE-2015-7254,CVE-2016-4523,CVE-2016-8530,CVE-2017-11512,CVE-2018-3948,CVE-2018-3949,CVE-2019-18952,CVE-2020-5410,CVE-2020-8260) – There exists a directory traversal vulnerability on different web servers. The vulnerability is due to an input validation error in a web server that does not properly sanitize the URL for the directory traversal patterns. Successful exploitation allows unauthenticated remote attackers to disclose or access arbitrary files on the vulnerable server.

Top Mobile Malwares

This month AlienBot is the most prevalent mobile malware, followed by Anubis and MaliBot.

  1. AlienBot – AlienBot malware family is a Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) for Android devices that allows a remote attacker, as a first step, to inject malicious code into legitimate financial applications. The attacker obtains access to victims’ accounts, and eventually completely controls their device.
  2. Anubis – Anubis is a banking Trojan designed for Android mobile phones. Since it was initially detected, it has gained additional functions including Remote Access Trojan (RAT) functionality, keylogger, audio recording capabilities and various ransomware features. It has been detected on hundreds of different applications available in the Google Store.
  3. MaliBot – Malibot is an Android Banking malware that has been spotted targeting users in Spain and Italy. The Banking disguises itself as crypto mining applications under different names and focuses on stealing financial information, crypto wallets and more personal data. 

Check Point’s Global Threat Impact Index and its ThreatCloud Map is powered by Check Point’s ThreatCloud intelligence. ThreatCloud provides real-time threat intelligence derived from hundreds of millions of sensors worldwide, over networks, endpoints and mobiles. The intelligence is enriched with AI-based engines and exclusive research data from Check Point Research, The Intelligence & Research Arm of Check Point Software Technologies.


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Killexams : Cancer Disappeared In All Patients Involved In Small Immunotherapy Drug Trial

Cancer clinical trials include treatment, prevention, screening, supportive and palliative care and natural history studies. Clinical trial success rates vary greatly, but oncology drugs are the least likely to succeed, with only a 3.4% success rate. But a accurate clinical trial at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) blew that statistic out of the water when 100% of participants showed no evidence of cancer after treatment.

Small But Impressive Study

Eighteen adults diagnosed with rectal cancer — and stage 2 or 3 rectal tumors — faced chemotherapy, radiation and life-altering surgery with risks of severe side effects such as urinary, sexual and bowel dysfunction that could result in a need for colostomy bags.

However, after participating in a trial in which they were put on an immunotherapy drug for six months, each patient was found to be free of tumors and in complete remission from their cancers.

MSK shared a video with four patients who participated in the clinical trial explaining how it changed their lives.

Building Upon Previous Work

Dr. Luis A. Diaz Jr., who led the study alongside medical oncologist Andrea Cercek, conducted a previous trial for a Merck checkpoint inhibitor; the results were released in 2017. This type of immunotherapy blocks immune checkpoint proteins on the surface of immune cells (T-cells) from binding with partner proteins. When this binding happens, it sends a signal to the immune cell that prevents it from destroying cancer cells.

That previous study treated 86 patients with metastatic cancer. Of those, 66 patients experienced their tumors shrinking substantially and stabilizing. The results caused Dr. Cercek and Dr. Diaz to wonder what would happen if immunotherapy was used before the cancer spread. They hoped that immunotherapy, which harnesses the body’s immune system, would shrink the tumors as much as possible, improving the success and decreasing the harsh effects of other treatments.

Using Immunotherapy To Treat Cancer

All of the participants in the new trial had tumors with a specific genetic makeup known as mismatch repair-deficient (MMRd) or microsatellite instability (MSI), which have a unique response to immunotherapy. Introducing a checkpoint inhibitor allows the body’s immune cells to recognize cancer cells as ones that aren’t normal and must be attacked.

“When the brakes are taken off the immune cells, MMRd cells look especially strange because they have so many mutations. So the immune cells attack with much more force,” Dr. Cercek explained to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center News.

The patients were given checkpoint inhibitor dostarlimab (also known by its GlaxoSmithKline brand name, Jemperli) intravenously every three weeks for six months. Doctors closely tracked the tumors using endoscopy and other methods. Not only did the tumors shrink, but in every case, the cancer disappeared following immunotherapy.

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Researchers Are Optimistic, But More Research Is Needed

“The most exciting part of this is that every single one of our patients has only needed immunotherapy,” Dr. Cercek told MSK News. “We haven’t radiated anybody, and we haven’t put anybody through surgery. They have preserved normal bowel function, bladder function, sexual function, fertility. Women have their uterus and ovaries. It’s remarkable.”

In addition, all of the trial participants have remained cancer-free for up to two years.

Dostarlimab is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat endometrial cancer with dMMR. Treatment of rectal cancer is an off-label use.

In a paper published by the New England Journal of Medicine, Dr. Diaz stated that a “longer follow-up is needed to assess the duration of response.” However, the researchers are decidedly optimistic.

“Now, we’re faced with a new set of questions,” Diaz told MSK News. “Could the therapy work on people who are high-risk before the cancer even develops? What about even pre-diagnosis? To me, this is very exciting because it alters the course of how we treat cancer and redefines anti-cancer therapeutics.”

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Killexams : Firearm found during TSA checkpoint at McGhee Tyson Airport

ALCOA, Tenn. (WATE) — A loaded firearm was found at the McGhee Tyson Airport Wednesday after Transportation Security Administration agents checked a passenger’s carry-on bag, according to TSA officials.

The firearm, a Ruger .380 caliber handgun, was discovered at 9:30 a.m. at the TSA checkpoint. When the firearm was discovered, TSA alerted the airport police, who took possession of the bag and escorted the passenger out of the checkpoint area.

“This is the 16th firearm detected by TSA officers at the TYS security checkpoint in 2022 and 21 were detected there last year,” according to TSA officials.

Firearms are allowed to be transported in checked baggage if they are declared to the airline, placed in a proper carrying case and unloaded. However, they’re prohibited in carry-on bags.

“Passengers must remember they’re responsible for the contents of bags and our advice is they thoroughly inspect all personal belongings to make sure there are no illegal or prohibited items before coming to the airport,” Steve Wood, TSA federal security director for Tennessee, said.

Passengers who bring firearms to a checkpoint can be fined, face a criminal referral, or both.

“Security is the first concern of the TSA, and having these items in bags that are traveling with you on the aircraft is dangerous to other travelers and can be easily mistaken as an intentional attempt to bring a prohibited item onto an aircraft,” the TSA official added.

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Killexams : These are the ‘World’s Best’ travel spots, per Travel + Leisure

(NewsNation) — Despite record-high inflation pushing up the price of airline tickets, most people are not letting that stop their vacation plans.

For most of the summer, the Transportation Security Administration has been reporting higher checkpoint travel numbers than this same time last year, with more than 2 million people going through almost every day.

Nina Ruggiero, digital editorial director of Travel + Leisure, shared on “Morning in America” what travel destinations readers chose for the “World’s Best” awards this year.

Best Domestic Airlines
  1. Hawaiian Airlines
  2. Breeze Airways
  3. JetBlue Airways
  4. Alaska Airlines
  5. Delta Airlines

According to Travel+ Leisure readers, Hawaiian Airlines was the top airline because it has great value for its customers while still offering Hawaiian hospitality and food, Ruggiero said.

“I don’t think it hurts that they end up in Hawaii,” she added.

Best U.S. Cities
  1. Charleston, South Carolina
  2. New Orleans, Louisiana
  3. Santa Fe, New Mexico
  4. Savannah, Georgia
  5. Honolulu, Hawaii

This category was one of Travel + Leisure’s most popular awards this year. Ruggiero said this is because Americans have realized that domestic travel is great, too.

“They really loved the warmer cities throughout the south and western United States,” she said.

Charleston, South Carolina, has won the number one spot for the past 10 years.

“It’s a really fun-loving city, lots of entertainment, history. It’s very walkable,” Ruggiero said. “People love taking strolls down its cobblestone streets, past its beautiful architecture, and it’s driving distance to three really amazing beaches.”

Best Island
  1. Mackinac Island, Michigan
  2. Kiawah Island, South Carolina
  3. Nantucket, Massachusetts
  4. San Juan Island, Washington
  5. Golden Isles, Georgia

Mackinac Island is actually a newcomer to the Travel + Leisure World’s Best awards this year.

“This is an amazing one because it’s affordable and it’s low-key,” Ruggiero said. “It’s really like taking a step back in time.”

There are no cars on the island — people have to get around by foot, bicycle or even horse-drawn carriage. “We all know gas prices right now, so that’s a plus,” Ruggiero said.

She added that there are plenty of family-friendly places to explore, such as fudge shops, ice cream shops, nature trails and water activities.

“There are plenty of places to stay and things to do,” Ruggiero said.

Best National Parks
  1. Yellowstone
  2. Grand Teton
  3. Yosemite
  4. Rocky Mountain
  5. Glacier

“National Parks are a great way to travel. On a budget at Yellowstone, which is number one, you can go camping for $20 a night if you bring your own tent and just utilize the beautiful campsite there,” Ruggiero said.

Sights to see include over 500 geysers and endangered wildlife. People can go fly-fishing, hiking and more.

“The activities are truly endless,” Ruggiero said. “It’s great for families who are looking to just have everyone come and travel without spending a ton.”

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Killexams : TSA: Gun seizures at Jacksonville's airport are on pace to break record; see what else is confiscated

Transportation Security Administration officials display some of the knives, swords, electronic stun devices, guns, replicas and other prohibited items confiscated in the first half of 2022 from passengers checking in at Jacksonville International Airport.

Jacksonville could see a record number of gun seizures at its security checkpoint by the time 2022 ends if numbers for the first half of this year are any indication, according to the Transportation Security Administration.

As flights ramped up in the waning days of the COVID-19 pandemic amid loosened mask restrictions, TSA agents seized 34 guns at Jacksonville International Airport from Jan. 1 to June 30.

Keep that going and 2019's JIA gun seizures for the year, a high of 50, could be surpassed by the winter holidays, TSA spokeswoman Sari Koshetz said. That was a record number in the last full year of flights before the coronavirus, the agency said.

In 2020, 36 guns were seized as the number of flights dropped during the pandemic. Then seizures jumped to 42 in 2021 as more people flew, TSA said.

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"In November and December, when you have very high-volume weeks of people traveling for the holidays, some have never traveled or only travel once every few years. That is when we do see an escalation in the number of people bringing guns through the checkpoint," she said in the likelihood the first-half numbers will only get higher.

Gun seizures

Nationally, TSA agents have prevented more than 3,000 firearms from entering aircraft passenger cabins in the first half of this year. On average TSA said it stopped 17 firearms each day at checkpoints in that period from Jan. 1 to June 30.

If that pace continues, firearm catches will eclipse the current full-year record of 5,972 intercepted at the nation’s checkpoints in 2021.

Handguns, hacksaws, and a grenade: TSA catches lots of weapons at Jacksonville's airport

Machetes, switchblades and martial arts throwing stars have also been collected in accurate months by officers at Jacksonville International Airport's screening station.

"There's also substantial numbers of people across the country who put their guns in their checked bag and don't pack it properly," Koshetz said. "... If those are detected as improperly packed, then the airline is called and the passenger must go back."

Those seizure numbers had been rising anyway.

TSA officials logged 27 guns seized at JIA in 2013. The number dropped to 14 in 2014; then rose to 25 in 2015; 33 in 2016; 39 in 2017; and 49 in 2018, Koshetz said.

Waning pandemic means more travelers

Along with the year's record number of handgun seizures, the TSA screened more than 11.3 million travelers nationally during the Independence Day extended holiday period from June 30 through July 4. That weekend travel volume represents 93% of passenger traffic for the same five-day pre-pandemic holiday period in 2019.

That Friday, July 1, was the busiest air travel day of the weekend. TSA screened 2.49 million people, narrowly surpassing the previous post-pandemic high of 2.46 million travelers screened on Friday, June 26. Despite the rush and crush, about 92% of those passengers in standard screening lanes waited less than 15 minutes, TSA said.

“We expect the summer travel season to remain busy," TSA Administrator David Pekoske said. "We encourage passengers to arrive at the airport in plenty of time to park, check-in, check bags, get through the checkpoint with identification in hand and get to their gates in time for boarding."

Confiscated at the gates

Passengers may not realize they cannot bring a replica gun on board a plane.

Some of those confiscated this year in Jacksonville included a blue toy handgun, some realistic BB guns and a gun-like switchblade, Koshetz said. They may not be able to fire, but they can still be dangerous if they get inside the plane.

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"If you brandish that replica gun, the person looking at it might think it is real and you could create a very dangerous situation," she said. "That is why we don't even allow toy guns in the cabin, AirSoft, BB or pellet guns. Any gun of any type is not allowed in the cabin of the aircraft."

Replica handguns are also illegal to carry onboard a flight, such as these BB and pellet guns, one with a silencer (lower center), and even a switchblade hidden inside a fake handgun (lower left). They were confiscated at Jacksonville International Airport earlier this year.

Deactivated antique grenades, or those converted into cigarette lighters or other curios, are also prohibited in carry-on or checked baggage. Their discovery "would cause us to freeze operations" until a bomb expert confirms that all explosives have been removed, including a possible baggage area evacuation, Koshetz said.

Passengers caught with guns or prohibited weapons are interviewed by TSA officials as well as local police, Koshetz said. And a weapons violation means a civil fine of up to $13,000 from TSA, not including what police may do, she said.

"They can also be arrested, and instead of going on vacation or business trip, they could be going to jail," she said.

TSA travel reminders

Travelers can enroll in TSA PreCheck, which allows travelers to leave their shoes, jackets and belts on, and keep electronics and travel-size containers (3.4 ounces or 100 milliliters) of liquids in their carry-on bags. TSA PreCheck lanes move faster than regular lanes.

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Killexams : Here is why Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. (CKPT) accurate weekly performance of 6.60% shouldn’t bother you at All

At the end of the latest market close, Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. (CKPT) was valued at $1.02. In that particular session, Stock kicked-off at the price of $1.04 while reaching the peak value of $1.13 and lowest value recorded on the day was $1.03. The stock current value is $1.13.Recently in News on June 16, 2022, Checkpoint Therapeutics Announces Positive Interim Results from Registration-Enabling Trial of Cosibelimab in Locally Advanced Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Objective response rate of 54.8% in patients with locally advanced cSCC, a potential 2nd indication for cosibelimab. You can read further details here

Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. had a pretty Dodgy run when it comes to the market performance. The 1-year high price for the company’s stock is recorded $3.2710 on 01/04/22, with the lowest value was $0.9600 for the same time period, recorded on 05/11/22.

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Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. (CKPT) full year performance was -60.90%

Price records that include history of low and high prices in the period of 52 weeks can tell a lot about the stock’s existing status and the future performance. Presently, Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. shares are logging -75.65% during the 52-week period from high price, and 17.71% higher than the lowest price point for the same timeframe. The stock’s price range for the 52-week period managed to maintain the performance between $0.96 and $4.64.

The company’s shares, operating in the sector of Healthcare managed to top a trading volume set approximately around 702168 for the day, which was evidently higher, when compared to the average daily volumes of the shares.

When it comes to the year-to-date metrics, the Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. (CKPT) recorded performance in the market was -63.67%, having the revenues showcasing -34.68% on a quarterly basis in comparison with the same period year before. At the time of this writing, the total market value of the company is set at 108.48M, as it employees total of 14 workers.

Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. (CKPT) in the eye of market guru’s

During the last month, 0 analysts gave the Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. a BUY rating, 0 of the polled analysts branded the stock as an OVERWEIGHT, 0 analysts were recommending to HOLD this stock, 0 of them gave the stock UNDERWEIGHT rating, and 0 of the polled analysts provided SELL rating.

According to the data provided on Barchart.com, the moving average of the company in the 100-day period was set at 1.4722, with a change in the price was noted -1.14. In a similar fashion, Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. posted a movement of -50.22% for the period of last 100 days, recording 744,375 in trading volumes.

Total Debt to Equity Ratio (D/E) can also provide valuable insight into the company’s financial health and market status. The debt to equity ratio can be calculated by dividing the present total liabilities of a company by shareholders’ equity. Debt to Equity thus makes a valuable metrics that describes the debt, company is using in order to support assets, correlating with the value of shareholders’ equity The total Debt to Equity ratio for CKPT is recording 0.00 at the time of this writing. In addition, long term Debt to Equity ratio is set at 0.00.

Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. (CKPT): Stocks Technical analysis and Trends

Raw Stochastic average of Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc. in the period of last 50 days is set at 32.69%. The result represents improvement in oppose to Raw Stochastic average for the period of the last 20 days, recording 32.61%. In the last 20 days, the company’s Stochastic %K was 17.85% and its Stochastic %D was recorded 14.40%.

If we look into the earlier routines of Checkpoint Therapeutics Inc., multiple moving trends are noted. Year-to-date Price performance of the company’s stock appears to be encouraging, given the fact the metric is recording -63.67%. Additionally, trading for the stock in the period of the last six months notably deteriorated by -63.67%, alongside a downfall of -60.90% for the period of the last 12 months. The shares increased approximately by 6.60% in the 7-day charts and went up by -15.04% in the period of the last 30 days. Common stock shares were lifted by -34.68% during last recorded quarter.

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Killexams : Ministry says truck drivers must not be stopped No result found, try new keyword!A medical staff prepares to take a swab demo from a truck driver at a checkpoint on an expressway in Liuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, on May 11, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] Han Jinghua ... Fri, 24 Jun 2022 05:36:00 -0500 http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/202206/24/WS62b585a8a310fd2b29e68710.html Killexams : June 2022’s Most Wanted Malware: New Banking, MaliBot, Poses Danger for Users of Mobile Banking

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Check Point Research reports on new Android banking malware, MaliBot. Emotet, with new variant, is still the most prevalent malware while Snake Keylogger climbs from eighth place to third.

SAN CARLOS, Calif., July 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Check Point Research (CPR), the Threat Intelligence arm of Check Point® Software Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: CHKP), a leading provider of cyber security solutions globally, has published its latest Global Threat Index for June 2022. CPR reports that a new Android banking malware has emerged, named MaliBot, following the takedown of FluBot at the end of May.

Although only just discovered, MaliBot, a banking, has already reached third place in the most prevalent mobile malwares list. It disguises itself as cryptocurrency mining applications under different names and targets users of mobile banking to steal financial information. Similar to FluBot, MaliBot uses phishing SMS messages (smishing) to lure victims into clicking on a malicious link that redirects them to the obtain of a fake application containing the malware.

Also this month, the notorious malware, Emotet, is still the most prevalent malware overall. Snake Keylogger comes in third after an increase in activity since appearing in eighth place last month. Snake’s main functionality is to record users keystrokes and transmit collected data to threat actors. While in May CPR witnessed Snake Keylogger being delivered via PDF files, recently it has been spread through emails containing Word attachments tagged as requests for quotations. Researchers also reported about new variant of Emotet in June that has credit card stealing capabilities and targets Chrome browser users.

“While it’s always good to see law enforcement successful in bringing down cybercrime groups or malwares like FluBot, sadly it didn’t take long for a new mobile malware to take its place,” said Maya Horowitz, VP Research at Check Point Software. “Cybercriminals are well aware of the central role that mobile devices play in many peoples’ lives and are always adapting and improving their tactics to match. The threat landscape is evolving rapidly, and mobile malware is a significant danger for both personal and enterprise security. It’s never been more important to have a robust mobile threat prevention solution in place.”

CPR also revealed that “Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution” is the most commonly exploited vulnerability, impacting 43% of organizations worldwide, closely followed by “Web Server Exposed Git Repository Information Disclosure” which has a global impact of 42.3%. “Web Servers Malicious URL Directory Traversal” is in third place with a global impact of 42.1%.

Top Malware Families

*The arrows relate to the change in rank compared to the previous month.

This month, Emotet is still the most popular malware with a global impact of 14%, followed by Formbook and Snake Keylogger, each impacting 4.4% of organizations worldwide.

  1. ↔ Emotet – Emotet is an advanced, self-propagating and modular Trojan. Emotet was once used as a banking Trojan, but recently is used as a distributer to other malware or malicious campaigns. It uses multiple methods for maintaining persistence and evasion techniques to avoid detection. In addition, it can be spread through phishing spam emails containing malicious attachments or links.

  2. ↔ Formbook – Formbook is an Infostealer targeting the Windows OS and was first detected in 2016. It is marketed as Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) in underground hacking forums for its strong evasion techniques and relatively low price. FormBook harvests credentials from various web browsers, collects screenshots, monitors and logs keystrokes, and can obtain and execute files according to orders from its C&C.

  3. ↑ Snake Keylogger – Snake is a modular .NET keylogger and credential stealer first spotted in late November 2020. Its primary function is to record users keystrokes and transmit collected data to the threat actors. Snake infections pose a major threat to users' privacy and online safety, as the malware can steal virtually all kinds of sensitive information and it is a particularly evasive and persistent keylogger.

The complete list of the top ten malware families in June can be found on the Check Point blog.

Top Attacked Industries Globally

This month Education/Research is still the most attacked industry globally, followed by Government/Military and Healthcare.

  1. Education & Research

  2. Government/Military

  3. Healthcare

Top Exploited Vulnerabilities

This month, “Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution” is the most commonly exploited vulnerability, impacting 43% of organizations worldwide, closely followed by “Web Server Exposed Git Repository Information Disclosure” which has a global impact of 42.3%. “Web Servers Malicious URL Directory Traversal” is in third place with a global impact of 42.1%.

  1. Apache Log4j Remote Code Execution (CVE-2021-44228) – A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Apache Log4j. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow a remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on the affected system.

  2. ↑ Web Server Exposed Git Repository Information Disclosure – An information disclosure vulnerability has been reported in Git Repository. Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could allow an unintentional disclosure of account information.

  3. Web Servers Malicious URL Directory Traversal (CVE-2010-4598,CVE-2011-2474,CVE-2014-0130,CVE-2014-0780,CVE-2015-0666,CVE-2015-4068,CVE-2015-7254,CVE-2016-4523,CVE-2016-8530,CVE-2017-11512,CVE-2018-3948,CVE-2018-3949,CVE-2019-18952,CVE-2020-5410,CVE-2020-8260) - There exists a directory traversal vulnerability on different web servers. The vulnerability is due to an input validation error in a web server that does not properly sanitize the URL for the directory traversal patterns. Successful exploitation allows unauthenticated remote attackers to disclose or access arbitrary files on the vulnerable server.

Top Mobile Malwares

This month AlienBot is the most prevalent mobile malware, followed by Anubis and MaliBot.

  1. AlienBot - AlienBot malware family is a Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) for Android devices that allows a remote attacker, as a first step, to inject malicious code into legitimate financial applications. The attacker obtains access to victims’ accounts, and eventually completely controls their device.

  2. Anubis - Anubis is a banking Trojan designed for Android mobile phones. Since it was initially detected, it has gained additional functions including Remote Access Trojan (RAT) functionality, keylogger, audio recording capabilities and various ransomware features. It has been detected on hundreds of different applications available in the Google Store.

  3. MaliBot – Malibot is an Android Banking malware that has been spotted targeting users in Spain and Italy. The Banking disguises itself as crypto mining applications under different names and focuses on stealing financial information, crypto wallets and more personal data.

Check Point’s Global Threat Impact Index and its ThreatCloud Map is powered by Check Point’s ThreatCloud intelligence. ThreatCloud provides real-time threat intelligence derived from hundreds of millions of sensors worldwide, over networks, endpoints and mobiles. The intelligence is enriched with AI-based engines and exclusive research data from Check Point Research, The Intelligence & Research Arm of Check Point Software Technologies.

The complete list of the top ten malware families in June can be found on the Check Point blog.

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