[ZDNet] HP Wolf report highlights widespread exploitation of MSHTML, typosquatting and malware families hosted on Discord

The HP Wolf Security threat research team said the average time for a business to apply, test and fully deploy patches with the proper checks is 97 days.

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[NCSC-FI News] Cloudflare blocks 15M rps HTTPS DDoS attack

Earlier this month, Cloudflare’s systems automatically detected and mitigated a 15.3 million request-per-second (rps) DDoS attack one of the largest HTTPS DDoS attacks on record While this isn’t the largest application-layer attack we’ve seen, it is the largest we’ve seen over HTTPS. Source: Read More (NCSC-FI daily news followup)

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[HackerNews] New “SockDetour” Fileless, Socketless Backdoor Targets U.S. Defense Contractors

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Cybersecurity researchers have taken the wraps off a previously undocumented and stealthy custom malware called SockDetour that targeted U.S.-based defense contractors with the goal of being used as a secondary implant on compromised Windows hosts. “SockDetour is a backdoor that is designed to remain stealthily on compromised Windows servers so that it can serve as […]

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[HackerNews] Ukrainian Government Officially Accuses Russia of Recent Cyberattacks

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The government of Ukraine on Sunday formally accused Russia of masterminding the attacks that targeted websites of public institutions and government agencies this past week. “All the evidence points to the fact that Russia is behind the cyber attack,” the Ministry of Digital Transformation said in a statement. “Moscow continues to wage a hybrid war and is […]

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