Experts found 125 new flaws in SOHO routers and NAS devices from multiple vendors

Researchers discovered many flaws in over a dozen small office/home office (SOHO) routers and network-attached storage (NAS) devices. Security experts have discovered multiple vulnerabilities in over a dozen small office/home office (SOHO) routers and network-attached storage (NAS) devices. The research is part of a project dubbed SOHOpelessly Broken 2.0 conducted Independent Security Evaluators (ISE). In […]

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September 17, 2019
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Fraudulent purchases of digitals certificates through executive impersonation

Experts at ReversingLabs spotted a threat actor buying digital certificates by impersonating legitimate entities and then selling them on the black market. Researchers at ReversingLabs have identified a new threat actor that is buying digital certificates by impersonating company executives, and then selling them on the black market. The experts discovered that digital certificates are then […]

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September 17, 2019
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MobiHok RAT, a new Android malware based on old SpyNote RAT

A new Android malware has appeared in the threat landscape, tracked as MobiHok RAT, it borrows the code from the old SpyNote RAT. Experts from threat intelligence firm SenseCy spotted a new piece of Android RAT, dubbed MobiHok RAT, that used code from the old SpyNote RAT. At the beginning of July 2019, the experts […]

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September 16, 2019
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Data leak exposes sensitive data of all Ecuador ‘citizens

Experts discovered a huge data leak affecting Ecuador, maybe the largest full-country leak, that exposed data belonging to 20 million Ecuadorian Citizens. Security experts at vpnMentor have discovered a huge data leak affecting Ecuador that exposed data belonging to 20 million Ecuadorian Citizens. Data were left unsecured online on a misconfigured Elasticsearch server, exposed data […]

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September 16, 2019
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A flaw in LastPass password manager leaks credentials from previous site

A flaw in LastPass password manager leaks credentials from previous site An expert discovered a flaw in the LastPass password manager that exposes login credentials entered on a site previously visited by a user. Tavis Ormandy, the popular white-hat hacker at Google Project Zero, has discovered a vulnerability in the LastPass password manager that exposes […]

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September 16, 2019
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France and Germany will block Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency

Bad news for Facebook and its projects, France and Germany agreed to block Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency, the French finance ministry said. France and Germany governments announced that they will block Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency, the news was reported by French finance ministry Bruno Le Maire. “We believe that no private entity can claim monetary power, which […]

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September 16, 2019
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Tor Project’s Bug Smash Fund raises $86K in August

The Tor Project has raised $86,000 for a Bug Smash fund that it will use to pay developers that will address critical flaws in the popular anonymizing network. The Tor Project has raised $86,000 for a Bug Smash fund that was created to pay developers that will address critical security and privacy issues in the popular anonymizing […]

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September 16, 2019
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Astaroth Trojan leverages Facebook and YouTube to avoid detection

Cofense experts uncovered a new variant of the Astaroth Trojan that uses Facebook and YouTube in the infection process. Researchers at Cofense have uncovered a phishing campaign targeting Brazilian citizens with the Astaroth Trojan that uses Facebook and YouTube in the infection process. The attach chain appears to be very complex and starts with phishing […]

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September 16, 2019
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Drone attacks hit two Saudi Arabia Aramco oil plants

Drone attacks have hit two major oil facilities run by the state-owned company Aramco in Saudi Arabia, one of them is the Abqaiq site. Drone attacks have hit Saudi Arabia’s oil production suffered severe damage following a swarm of explosive drones that hit two major oil facilities run by the state-owned company Aramco in Saudi […]

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September 15, 2019
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