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[TheRecord] RedLine Stealer identified as primary source of stolen credentials on two dark web markets

The vast majority of stolen credentials currently sold on two dark web underground markets have been collected using the RedLine Stealer malware, Insikt Group, the cybersecurity research arm of Recorded Future, has discovered. First spotted in March 2020, the RedLine Stealer is part of the infostealer family, a type of malware that once it infects a computer, […]

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[TheRecord] Zerodium seeking zero-days in ExpressVPN, NordVPN, and Surfshark VPN apps

Exploit broker Zerodium announced its intention today to buy zero-day vulnerabilities in the Windows clients of three major VPN providers—ExpressVPN, NordVPN, and Surfshark. Founded in 2015, Zerodium is a security company based in Washington, DC, that has built a reputation over the years for buying exploits for zero-day vulnerabilities in various applications and then reselling […]

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[BleepingComputer] Hackers behind Iranian wiper attacks linked to Syrian breaches

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