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Pakistan-linked hackers targeted Indian power company with ReverseRat

A threat actor with suspected ties to Pakistan has been striking government and energy organizations in the South and Central Asia regions to deploy a remote access trojan on compromised Windows systems, according to new research. "Most of the organizations that exhibited signs of compromise were in India, and a small number were in Afghanistan," Lumen's Black Lotus Labs said in a Tuesday…

Datum: 24. 6. 2021

Pakistan-linked hackers targeted Indian power company with ReverseRat

A threat actor with suspected ties to Pakistan has been striking government and energy organizations in the South and Central Asia regions to deploy a remote access trojan on compromised Windows systems, according to new research. "Most of the organizations that exhibited signs of compromise were in India, and a small number were in Afghanistan," Lumen's Black Lotus Labs said in a Tuesday…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

[Whitepaper] Automate Your Security with Cynet to Protect from Ransomware

It seems like every new day brings with it a new ransomware news item – new attacks, methods, horror stories, and data being leaked. Ransomware attacks are on the rise, and they've become a major issue for organizations across industries. A recent report estimated that by 2031, ransomware attacks would cost the world over $260 billion. A new whitepaper from XDR provider Cynet demonstrates how…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

[Whitepaper] Automate Your Security with Cynet to Protect from Ransomware

It seems like every new day brings with it a new ransomware news item – new attacks, methods, horror stories, and data being leaked. Ransomware attacks are on the rise, and they've become a major issue for organizations across industries. A recent report estimated that by 2031, ransomware attacks would cost the world over $260 billion. A new whitepaper from XDR provider Cynet demonstrates how…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

Patch Tor Browser Bug to Prevent Tracking of Your Online Activities

Open-source Tor browser has been updated to version 10.0.18 with fixes for multiple issues, including a privacy-defeating bug that could be used to uniquely fingerprint users across different browsers based on the apps installed on a computer. In addition to updating Tor to 0.4.5.9, the browser's Android version has been upgraded to Firefox to version 89.1.1, alongside incorporating patches…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

Patch Tor Browser Bug to Prevent Tracking of Your Online Activities

Open-source Tor browser has been updated to version 10.0.18 with fixes for multiple issues, including a privacy-defeating bug that could be used to uniquely fingerprint users across different browsers based on the apps installed on a computer. In addition to updating Tor to 0.4.5.9, the browser's Android version has been upgraded to Firefox to version 89.1.1, alongside incorporating patches…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

SonicWall Left a VPN Flaw Partially Unpatched Amidst 0-Day Attacks

A critical vulnerability in SonicWall VPN appliances that was believed to have been patched last year has been now found to be "botched," with the company leaving a memory leak flaw unaddressed, until now, that could permit a remote attacker to gain access to sensitive information. The shortcoming was rectified in an update rolled out to SonicOS on June 22.  Tracked as CVE-2021-20019 (CVSS score…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

SonicWall Left a VPN Flaw Partially Unpatched Amidst 0-Day Attacks

A critical vulnerability in SonicWall VPN appliances that was believed to have been patched last year has been now found to be "botched," with the company leaving a memory leak flaw unaddressed, until now, that could permit a remote attacker to gain access to sensitive information. The shortcoming was rectified in an update rolled out to SonicOS on June 22.  Tracked as CVE-2021-20019 (CVSS score…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

Unpatched Flaw in Linux Pling Store Apps Could Lead to Supply-Chain Attacks

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed a critical unpatched vulnerability affecting Pling-based free and open-source software (FOSS) marketplaces for Linux platform that could be potentially abused to stage supply-chain attacks and achieve remote code execution (RCE). "Linux marketplaces that are based on the Pling platform are vulnerable to a wormable [cross-site scripting] with potential for…

Datum: 23. 6. 2021

Unpatched Supply-Chain Flaw Affects 'Pling Store' Platforms for Linux Users

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed a critical unpatched vulnerability affecting Pling-based free and open-source software (FOSS) marketplaces for Linux platform that could be potentially abused to stage supply chain attacks and achieve remote code execution (RCE). "Linux marketplaces that are based on the Pling platform are vulnerable to a wormable [cross-site scripting] with potential for…

Datum: 22. 6. 2021

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