WannaCry is the infamous ransomware cryptoworm that spread around the globe on Friday May 12th, 2017 , infecting more than 200,000 computers in a single day. It target Windows computers, spreading using the NSA attributed Eternal Blue exploit, requiring nothing more than a vulnerable system with an exposed SMB file sharing service. Users’ hard drives were locked, encrypted, with the key offered only after paying ransom in bitcoin to the attacker’s address.
Glitch Textiles is operating 15 honeypot servers worldwide, capturing malware in the wild to bring you this new collection. Each design renders the DNA of malicious software—computer viruses, Trojans, and worms—into woven soft wares.
Honeypots are tools used by security researchers to make a server appear vulnerable to attack. By capturing interactions and file uploads, operators of honeypots can profile techniques, tools, and methods of attackers as well as collect the malware they upload.
Glitch Textiles Woven Throws are made with care from 100% premium cotton grown and processed in the USA on state of the art computerized Jacquard looms in North Carolina. They are easy to care for and can be used outdoors as well as indoors.
53" x 71"
Machine Washable on Cold Delicate Cycle, Line Dry or Tumble Low, Iron Low.
Each throw is made to your order, please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery.