[SecurityWeek] Vulnerabilities Expose exacqVision Video Surveillance Systems to Remote Attacks

Researchers at cybersecurity firm Tenable have discovered critical and high-severity vulnerabilities in video surveillance systems made by Exacq Technologies, which is owned by building technology giant Johnson Controls.

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[HackerNews] Mozi IoT Botnet Now Also Targets Netgear, Huawei, and ZTE Network Gateways

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Mozi, a peer-to-peer (P2P) botnet known to target IoT devices, has gained new capabilities that allow it to achieve persistence on network gateways manufactured by Netgear, Huawei, and ZTE, according to new findings. “Network gateways are a particularly juicy target for adversaries because they are ideal as initial access points to corporate networks,” researchers at […]

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[NCSC-FI News] Rio de Janeiro finance department hit with LockBit ransomware

The Secretary of State for Finance of Rio de Janeiro confirmed on Friday that it was dealing with a ransomware attack on its systems. The LockBit ransomware group claimed to have attacked systems connected to the government offices, stealing about 420 GB. The group threatened to leak the stolen data on Monday. Source: Read More […]

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[TheRecord] Hackers breached US Census Bureau in January 2020 via Citrix vulnerability

Unidentified hackers breached US Census Bureau servers in January 2020 by abusing a public exploit for a major vulnerability in the agency’s remote-access servers, a US government watchdog said on Monday. Census Bureau officials said the hacked servers were not connected to the 2020 Decennial Census networks, and the intruders did not have the opportunity […]

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