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[NCSC-FI News] Rise in XorDdos: A deeper look at the stealthy DDoS malware targeting Linux devices

In the last six months, we observed a 254% increase in activity from a Linux trojan called XorDdos. First discovered in 2014 by the research group MalwareMustDie, XorDdos was named after its denial-of-service-related activities on Linux endpoints and servers as well as its usage of XOR-based encryption for its communications. Source: Read More (NCSC-FI daily […]

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[SecurityWeek] Robinhood Hacked, Millions of Names, Emails Stolen

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Hacker socially engineered customer support employee to obtain millions of names and emails, demanded extortion payment read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SANS ISC] “Summer of SAM”: Microsoft Releases Guidance for CVE-2021-36934, (Wed, Jul 21st)

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Microsoft released a knowledge base article regarding CVE-2021-36934 [1]. Bojan yesterday explained the vulnerability in more detail. Recent versions of Microsoft Windows expose several system files due to overly permissive access control lists. Of main interest is the Security Accounts Manager (SAM), which exposes password hashes. It has been demonstrated how this can easily be […]

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