[ZDNet] Mirai splinter botnets dominate IoT attack scene

One of the most well-known botnets ever to exist continues to plague PCs and connected devices.

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[SANS ISC] Amazon Sidewalk: Cutting Through the Hype, (Mon, Jun 7th)

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Later this week (tomorrow?), Amazon will enable its new Sidewalk feature. The feature has already gotten a lot of bad press. Much of this comes from the fact that existing devices are automatically used as Sidewalk Gateways and users will have to opt-out. New devices may require a specific opt-in during setup. Let’s first start […]

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-02-06

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[ZDNet] Pay to play PrivateLoader spreads Smokeloader, Redline, Vidar malware

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The pay-per-install malware is one of the most popular loaders on the market today. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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