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Cyber mercenaries in countries like India, Russia, and the UAE are carrying out data theft and hacking missions for a wide range of clients across regions, a couple of new reports said.
Wired is reporting on a new remote-access Trojan that is able to infect at least eighty different targets: So far, researchers from Lumen Technologies’ Black Lotus Labs say they’ve identified at least 80 targets infected by the stealthy malware, including routers made by Cisco, Netgear, Asus, and DrayTek. Dubbed ZuoRAT, the remote access Trojan is… Continue reading ZuoRAT Malware Is Targeting Routers
FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr has written to Apple and Google to request that both companies remove the incredibly popular TikTok app from their stores, citing a threat to national security. Is your data going TikTok? Carr warns the app collects huge quantities of data and cited a recent report that claimed the company has accessed sensitive data… Continue reading FCC commissioner wants Apple, Google to remove TikTok from App Stores
Microsoft is urging organizations that don’t have automatic updates enabled to update to the latest version of Linux Server Fabric to thwart the “FabricScape” cloud bug.
Someone hacked the Ecuadorian embassy in Moscow and found a document related to Ecuador’s 2013 efforts to bring Edward Snowden there. If you remember, Snowden was traveling from Hong Kong to somewhere when the US revoked his passport, stranding him in Russia. In the document, Ecuador asks Russia to provide Snowden with safe passage to… Continue reading Ecuador’s Attempt to Resettle Edward Snowden
No matter where you plan on traveling to next, keep these safety tips in mind and enjoy watching your kids explore the world. The post 10 Safety Tips for Taking Your Kids on Vacation appeared first on SafeWise.
The RSA conference in San Francisco always feels like drinking from a fire hose but especially this year at the first in-person RSA since the pandemic began.
Thought experiment story of someone who lost everything in a house fire, and now can’t log into anything: But to get into my cloud, I need my password and 2FA. And even if I could convince the cloud provider to bypass that and let me in, the backup is secured with a password which is… Continue reading When Security Locks You Out of Everything
On December 7, 2021, Google announced it was suing two Russian men allegedly responsible for operating the Glupteba botnet, a global malware menace that has infected millions of computers over the past decade. That same day, AWM Proxy — a 14-year-old anonymity service that rents hacked PCs to cybercriminals — suddenly went offline. Security experts… Continue reading The Link Between AWM Proxy & the Glupteba Botnet