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Evasive QBot Malware Leverages Short-lived Residential IPs for Dynamic Attacks

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 18:11
An analysis of the "evasive and tenacious" malware known as QBot has revealed that 25% of its command-and-control (C2) servers are merely active for a single day. What's more, 50% of the servers don't remain active for more than a week, indicating the use of an adaptable and dynamic C2 infrastructure, Lumen Black Lotus Labs said in a report shared with The Hacker News. "This botnet has adapted Ravie Lakshmanan Threat / Network Security37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
Kategorie: Hacking & Security

Announcing the Chrome Browser Full Chain Exploit Bonus

Google Security Blog - 1 Červen, 2023 - 17:59
Amy Ressler, Chrome Security Team on behalf of the Chrome VRP

For 13 years, a key pillar of the Chrome Security ecosystem has included encouraging security researchers to find security vulnerabilities in Chrome browser and report them to us, through the Chrome Vulnerability Rewards Program.

Starting today and until 1 December 2023, the first security bug report we receive with a functional full chain exploit, resulting in a Chrome sandbox escape, is eligible for triple the full reward amount. Your full chain exploit could result in a reward up to $180,000 (potentially more with other bonuses).

Any subsequent full chains submitted during this time are eligible for double the full reward amount!

We have historically put a premium on reports with exploits – “high quality reports with a functional exploit” is the highest tier of reward amounts in our Vulnerability Rewards Program. Over the years, the threat model of Chrome browser has evolved as features have matured and new features and new mitigations, such a MiraclePtr, have been introduced. Given these evolutions, we’re always interested in explorations of new and novel approaches to fully exploit Chrome browser and we want to provide opportunities to better incentivize this type of research. These exploits provide us valuable insight into the potential attack vectors for exploiting Chrome, and allow us to identify strategies for better hardening specific Chrome features and ideas for future broad-scale mitigation strategies.

The full details of this bonus opportunity are available on the Chrome VRP rules and rewards page. The summary is as follows:

  • The bug reports may be submitted in advance while exploit development continues during this 180-day window. The functional exploits must be submitted to Chrome by the end of the 180-day window to be eligible for the triple or double reward.
    • The first functional full chain exploit we receive is eligible for the triple reward amount.
  • The full chain exploit must result in a Chrome browser sandbox escape, with a demonstration of attacker control / code execution outside of the sandbox.
  • Exploitation must be able to be performed remotely and no or very limited reliance on user interaction.
  • The exploit must have been functional in an active release channel of Chrome (Dev, Beta, Stable, Extended Stable) at the time of the initial reports of the bugs in that chain. Please do not submit exploits developed from publicly disclosed security bugs or other artifacts in old, past versions of Chrome.

As is consistent with our general rewards policy, if the exploit allows for remote code execution (RCE) in the browser or other highly-privileged process, such as network or GPU process, to result in a sandbox escape without the need of a first stage bug, the reward amount for renderer RCE “high quality report with functional exploit” would be granted and included in the calculation of the bonus reward total.

Based on our current Chrome VRP reward matrix, your full chain exploit could result in a total reward of over $165,000 -$180,000 for the first full chain exploit and over $110,000 - $120,000 for subsequent full chain exploits we receive in the six month window of this reward opportunity.

We’d like to thank our entire Chrome researcher community for your past and ongoing efforts and security bug submissions! You’ve truly helped us make Chrome more secure for all users.

Happy Hunting!

Kategorie: Hacking & Security

New Zero-Click Hack Targets iOS Users with Stealthy Root-Privilege Malware

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 17:14
A previously unknown advanced persistent threat (APT) is targeting iOS devices as part of a sophisticated and long-running mobile campaign dubbed Operation Triangulation that began in 2019. "The targets are infected using zero-click exploits via the iMessage platform, and the malware runs with root privileges, gaining complete control over the device and user data," Kaspersky said. The Russian Ravie Lakshmanan Security / APT37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Unmasking XE Group: Experts Reveal Identity of Suspected Cybercrime Kingpin

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 16:55
Cybersecurity researchers have unmasked the identity of one of the individuals who is believed to be associated with the e-crime actor known as XE Group. According to Menlo Security, which pieced together the information from different online sources, "Nguyen Huu Tai, who also goes by the names Joe Nguyen and Thanh Nguyen, has the strongest likelihood of being involved with the XE Group." XE Ravie Lakshmanan / Malware37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Operation Triangulation: iOS devices targeted with previously unknown malware

Kaspersky Securelist - 1 Červen, 2023 - 14:36

While monitoring the network traffic of our own corporate Wi-Fi network dedicated for mobile devices using the Kaspersky Unified Monitoring and Analysis Platform (KUMA), we noticed suspicious activity that originated from several iOS-based phones. Since it is impossible to inspect modern iOS devices from the inside, we created offline backups of the devices in question, inspected them using the Mobile Verification Toolkit’s mvt-ios and discovered traces of compromise.
We are calling this campaign “Operation Triangulation”, and all the related information we have on it will be collected on the Operation Triangulation page. If you have any additional details to share, please contact us: triangulation[at]

What we know so far

Mobile device backups contain a partial copy of the filesystem, including some of the user data and service databases. The timestamps of the files, folders and the database records allow to roughly reconstruct the events happening to the device. The mvt-ios utility produces a sorted timeline of events into a file called “timeline.csv”, similar to a super-timeline used by conventional digital forensic tools.
Using this timeline, we were able to identify specific artifacts that indicate the compromise. This allowed to move the research forward, and to reconstruct the general infection sequence:

  • The target iOS device receives a message via the iMessage service, with an attachment containing an exploit.
  • Without any user interaction, the message triggers a vulnerability that leads to code execution.
  • The code within the exploit downloads several subsequent stages from the C&C server, that include additional exploits for privilege escalation.
  • After successful exploitation, a final payload is downloaded from the C&C server, that is a fully-featured APT platform.
  • The initial message and the exploit in the attachment is deleted

The malicious toolset does not support persistence, most likely due to the limitations of the OS. The timelines of multiple devices indicate that they may be reinfected after rebooting. The oldest traces of infection that we discovered happened in 2019. As of the time of writing in June 2023, the attack is ongoing, and the most recent version of the devices successfully targeted is iOS 15.7.
The analysis of the final payload is not finished yet. The code is run with root privileges, implements a set of commands for collecting system and user information, and can run arbitrary code downloaded as plugin modules from the C&C server.

Forensic methodology

It is important to note, that, although the malware includes portions of code dedicated specifically to clear the traces of compromise, it is possible to reliably identify if the device was compromised. Furthermore, if a new device was set up by migrating user data from an older device, the iTunes backup of that device will contain the traces of compromise that happened to both devices, with correct timestamps.


All potential target devices must be backed up, either using iTunes, or an open-source utility idevicebackup2 (from the package libimobiledevice). The latter is shipped as a pre-built package with the most popular Linux distributions, or can be built from the source code for MacOS/Linux.
To create a backup with idevicebackup2, run the following command:
idevicebackup2 backup --full $backup_directory

You may need to enter the security code of the device several times, and the process may take several hours, depending on the amount of user data stored in it.

Install MVT

Once the backup is ready, it has to be processed by the Mobile Verification Toolkit. If Python 3 is installed in the system, run the following command:
pip install mvt

A more comprehensive installation manual is available the MVT homepage.

Optional: decrypt the backup

If the owner of the device has set up encryption for the backup previously, the backup copy will be encrypted. In that case, the backup copy has to be decrypted before running the checks:
mvt-ios decrypt-backup -d $decrypted_backup_directory $backup_directory

Parse the backup using MVT

mvt-ios check-backup -o $mvt_output_directory $decrypted_backup_directory
This command will run all the checks by MVT, and the output directory will contain several JSON and CSV files. For the methodology described in this blogpost, you will need the file called timeline.csv.

Check timeline.csv for indicators
  1. The single most reliable indicator that we discovered is the presence of data usage lines mentioning the process named “BackupAgent”. This is a deprecated binary that should not appear in the timeline during regular usage of the device. However, it is important to note that there is also a binary named “BackupAgent2”, and that is not an indicator of compromise. In many cases, BackupAgent is preceded by the process “IMTransferAgent”, that downloads the attachment that happens to be an exploit, and this leads to modification of the timestamps of multiple directories in the “Library/SMS/Attachments”. The attachment is then deleted, leaving only modified directories, without actual files inside them:
    2022-09-13 10:04:11.890351Z Datausage IMTransferAgent/ (Bundle ID:, ID: 127) WIFI IN: 0.0, WIFI OUT: 0.0 - WWAN IN: 76281896.0, WWAN OUT: 100956502.0
    2022-09-13 10:04:54.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/65/05 - MediaDomain
    2022-09-13 10:05:14.744570Z Datausage BackupAgent (Bundle ID: , ID: 710) WIFI IN: 0.0, WIFI OUT: 0.0 - WWAN IN: 734459.0, WWAN OUT: 287912.0
  2. There are also less reliable indicators, that may be treated as IOCs if several of them happened within a timeframe of minutes:
    • Modification of one or several files:,,
    • Data usage information of the services, powerd/, lockdownd/

    2021-10-30 16:35:24.923368Z Datausage IMTransferAgent/ (Bundle ID:, ID: 945) WIFI IN: 0.0, WIFI OUT: 0.0 - WWAN IN: 31933.0, WWAN OUT: 104150.0
    2021-10-30 16:35:24.928030Z Datausage IMTransferAgent/ (Bundle ID:, ID: 945)
    2021-10-30 16:35:24.935920Z Datausage IMTransferAgent/ (Bundle ID:, ID: 946) WIFI IN: 0.0, WIFI OUT: 0.0 - WWAN IN: 47743.0, WWAN OUT: 6502.0
    2021-10-30 16:35:24.937976Z Datausage IMTransferAgent/ (Bundle ID:, ID: 946)
    2021-10-30 16:36:51.000000Z Manifest Library/Preferences/ - HomeDomain
    2021-10-30 16:36:51.000000Z Manifest Library/Preferences/ - RootDomain

    Another example: modification of an SMS attachment directory (but no attachment filename), followed by data usage of, followed by modification of All the events happened within a 1-3 minute timeframe, indicating the result of a successful zero-click compromise via an iMessage attachment, followed by the traces of exploitation and malicious activity.
    2022-09-11 19:52:56.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/98 - MediaDomain
    2022-09-11 19:52:56.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/98/08 - MediaDomain
    2022-09-11 19:53:10.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/98/08 - MediaDomain
    2022-09-11 19:54:51.698609Z OSAnalyticsADDaily WIFI IN: 77234150.0, WIFI OUT: 747603971.0 - WWAN IN: 55385088.0, WWAN OUT: 425312575.0
    2022-09-11 19:54:51.702269Z Datausage (Bundle ID: , ID: 1125)
    2022-09-11 19:54:53.000000Z Manifest Library/Preferences/ - HomeDomain
    2022-06-26 18:21:36.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/ad/13 - MediaDomain
    2022-06-26 18:21:36.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/ad - MediaDomain
    2022-06-26 18:21:50.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/ad/13 - MediaDomain
    2022-06-26 18:22:03.412817Z OSAnalyticsADDaily WIFI IN: 19488889.0, WIFI OUT: 406382282.0 - WWAN IN: 66954930.0, WWAN OUT: 1521212526.0
    2022-06-26 18:22:16.000000Z Manifest Library/Preferences/ - RootDomain
    2022-06-26 18:22:16.000000Z Manifest Library/Preferences/ - HomeDomain
    2022-03-21 21:37:55.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/fc - MediaDomain
    2022-03-21 21:37:55.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/fc/12 - MediaDomain
    2022-03-21 21:38:08.000000Z Manifest Library/SMS/Attachments/fc/12 - MediaDomain
    2022-03-21 21:38:23.901243Z OSAnalyticsADDaily WIFI IN: 551604.0, WIFI OUT: 6054253.0 - WWAN IN: 0.0, WWAN OUT: 0.0
    2022-03-21 21:38:24.000000Z Manifest Library/Preferences/ - HomeDomain

  3. An even less implicit indicator of compromise is inability to install iOS updates. We discovered malicious code that modifies one of the system settings file named We observed update attempts to end with an error message “Software Update Failed. An error ocurred downloading iOS”.
Network activity during exploitation

On the network level, a successful exploitation attempt can be identified by a sequence of several HTTPS connection events. These can be discovered in netflow data enriched with DNS/TLS host information, or PCAP dumps:

  • Legitimate network interaction with the iMessage service, usually using the domain names *
  • Download of the iMessage attachment, using the domain names,
  • Multiple connections to the C&C domains, usually 2 different domains (the list of known domains follows). Typical netflow data for the C&C sessions will show network sessions with significant amount of outgoing traffic.

Network exploitation sequence, Wireshark dump

The iMessage attachment is encrypted and downloaded over HTTPS, the only implicit indicator that can be used is the amount of downloaded data that is about 242 Kb.

Encrypted iMessage attachment, Wireshark dump

C&C domains

Using the forensic artifacts, it was possible to identify the set of domain name used by the exploits and further malicious stages. They can be used to check the DNS logs for historical information, and to identify the devices currently running the malware:

Malicious PyPI Packages Using Compiled Python Code to Bypass Detection

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 14:16
Researchers have discovered a novel attack on the Python Package Index (PyPI) repository that employs compiled Python code to sidestep detection by application security tools. "It may be the first supply chain attack to take advantage of the fact that Python bytecode (PYC) files can be directly executed," ReversingLabs analyst Karlo Zanki said in a report shared with The Hacker News. The packageRavie Lakshmanan / Supply Chain37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
Kategorie: Hacking & Security

How Wazuh Improves IT Hygiene for Cyber Security Resilience

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 13:54
IT hygiene is a security best practice that ensures that digital assets in an organization's environment are secure and running properly. Good IT hygiene includes vulnerability management, security configuration assessments, maintaining asset and system inventories, and comprehensive visibility into the activities occurring in an environment. As technology advances and the tools used by The Hacker News Detection / SIEM37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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High-Severity ntfs-3g Buffer Overflow Vulns Fixed - 1 Červen, 2023 - 13:00
Several buffer overflow vulnerabilities have been identified in ntfs-3g. With a low attack complexity and a high confidentiality, integrity and availability impact, these vulnerabilities have received a National Vulnerability Database (NVD) severity rating of ''High''.
Kategorie: Hacking & Security

Critical Remotely Exploitable Django Vuln Fixed - 1 Červen, 2023 - 13:00
It was discovered that Django 3.2 before 3.2.19, 4.x before 4.1.9, and 4.2 before 4.2.1 incorrectly handled uploading multiple files using one form field (CVE-2023-31047). With a low attack complexity, no privileges required to exploit, and a high confidentiality, integrity and availability impact, this vulnerability has been rated as ''Critical'' by the National Vulnerability Database (NVD).
Kategorie: Hacking & Security

Improved BlackCat Ransomware Strikes with Lightning Speed and Stealthy Tactics

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 11:19
The threat actors behind BlackCat ransomware have come up with an improved variant that prioritizes speed and stealth in an attempt to bypass security guardrails and achieve their goals. The new version, dubbed Sphynx and announced in February 2023, packs a "number of updated capabilities that strengthen the group's efforts to evade detection," IBM Security X-Force said in a new analysis. The "Ravie Lakshmanan Security / Encryption37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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N. Korean ScarCruft Hackers Exploit LNK Files to Spread RokRAT

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 08:58
Cybersecurity researchers have offered a closer look at the RokRAT remote access trojan that's employed by the North Korean state-sponsored actor known as ScarCruft. "RokRAT is a sophisticated remote access trojan (RAT) that has been observed as a critical component within the attack chain, enabling the threat actors to gain unauthorized access, exfiltrate sensitive information, and potentially Ravie Lakshmanan Threat / Malware37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Active Mirai Botnet Variant Exploiting Zyxel Devices for DDoS Attacks

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 06:17
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has added a recently patched critical security flaw in Zyxel gear to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) catalog, citing evidence of active exploitation. Tracked as CVE-2023-28771 (CVSS score: 9.8), the issue relates to a command injection flaw impacting different firewall models that could enable an unauthenticated attacker Ravie Lakshmanan Security / Exploit37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Urgent WordPress Update Fixes Critical Flaw in Jetpack Plugin on Million of Sites

The Hacker News - 1 Červen, 2023 - 06:01
WordPress has issued an automatic update to address a critical flaw in the Jetpack plugin that’s installed on over five million sites. The vulnerability, which was unearthed during an internal security audit, resides in an API present in the plugin since version 2.0, which was released in November 2012. “This vulnerability could be used by authors on a site to manipulate any files in the Ravie Lakshmanan Security / WordPress37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Serious Security: That KeePass “master password crack”, and what we can learn from it

Sophos Naked Security - 31 Květen, 2023 - 21:39
Here, in an admittedly discursive nutshell, is the fascinating story of CVE-2023-32784. (Short version: Don't panic.)

Adding Chrome Browser Cloud Management remediation actions in Splunk using Alert Actions

Google Security Blog - 31 Květen, 2023 - 18:00
Posted by Ashish Pujari, Chrome Security Team


Chrome is trusted by millions of business users as a secure enterprise browser. Organizations can use Chrome Browser Cloud Management to help manage Chrome browsers more effectively. As an admin, they can use the Google Admin console to get Chrome to report critical security events to third-party service providers such as Splunk® to create custom enterprise security remediation workflows.

Security remediation is the process of responding to security events that have been triggered by a system or a user. Remediation can be done manually or automatically, and it is an important part of an enterprise security program.

Why is Automated Security Remediation Important?

When a security event is identified, it is imperative to respond as soon as possible to prevent data exfiltration and to prevent the attacker from gaining a foothold in the enterprise. Organizations with mature security processes utilize automated remediation to improve the security posture by reducing the time it takes to respond to security events. This allows the usually over burdened Security Operations Center (SOC) teams to avoid alert fatigue.

Automated Security Remediation using Chrome Browser Cloud Management and Splunk

Chrome integrates with Chrome Enterprise Recommended partners such as Splunk® using Chrome Enterprise Connectors to report security events such as malware transfer, unsafe site visits, password reuse. Other supported events can be found on our support page.

The Splunk integration with Chrome browser allows organizations to collect, analyze, and extract insights from security events. The extended security insights into managed browsers will enable SOC teams to perform better informed automated security remediations using Splunk® Alert Actions.

Splunk Alert Actions are a great capability for automating security remediation tasks. By creating alert actions, enterprises can automate the process of identifying, prioritizing, and remediating security threats.

In Splunk®, SOC teams can use alerts to monitor for and respond to specific Chrome Browser Cloud Management events. Alerts use a saved search to look for events in real time or on a schedule and can trigger an Alert Action when search results meet specific conditions as outlined in the diagram below.

Use Case

If a user downloads a malicious file after bypassing a Chrome “Dangerous File” message their managed browser/managed CrOS device should be quarantined.



  1. Install the Google Chrome Add-on for Splunk App

    Please follow installation instructions here depending on your Splunk Installation to install the Google Chrome Add-on for Splunk App.

  2. Setting up Chrome Browser Cloud Management and Splunk Integration

    Please follow the guide here to set up Chrome Browser Cloud Management and Splunk® integration.

  3. Setting up Chrome Browser Cloud Management API access

    To call the Chrome Browser Cloud Management API, use a service account properly configured in the Google admin console. Create a (or use an existing) service account and download the JSON representation of the key.

    Create a (or use an existing) role in the admin console with all the “Chrome Management” privileges as shown below.

    Assign the created role to the service account using the “Assign service accounts” button.

  4. Setting up Chrome Browser Cloud Management App in Splunk®

    Install the App i.e. Alert Action from our Github page. You will notice that the Splunk App uses the below directory structure. Please take some time to understand the directory structure layout.

  5. Setting up a Quarantine OU in Chrome Browser Cloud Management

    Create a “Quarantine” OU to move managed browsers into. Apply restrictive policies to this OU which will then be applied to managed browsers and managed CrOS devices that are moved to this OU. In our case we set the below policies for our “Quarantine” OU called Investigate.These policies ensure that the quarantined CrOS device/browser can only open a limited set of approved URLS.


  1. Start with a search for the Chrome Browser Cloud Management events in the Google Chrome Add-on for Splunk App. For our instance we used the below search query to search for known malicious file download events.
  2. Save the search as an alert. The alert uses the saved search to check for events. Adjust the alert type to configure how often the search runs. Use a scheduled alert to check for events on a regular basis. Use a real-time alert to monitor for events continuously. An alert does not have to trigger every time it generates search results. Set trigger conditions to manage when the alert triggers. Customize the alert settings as per enterprise security policies. For our example we used a real time alert with a per-result trigger. The setup we used is as shown below.

  3. As seen in the screenshot we have configured the Chrome Browser Cloud Management Remediation Alert Action App with

    • The OU Path of the Quarantine OU i.e. /Investigate
    • The Customer Id of the workspace domain
    • Service Account Key JSON value

    Test the setup

    Use the testsafebrowsing website to generate sample security events to test the setup.

    1. Open the testsafebrowsing website
    2. Click the link for line item 4 under the Desktop Download Warnings section i.e. “Should show an "uncommon" warning, for .exe”
    3. You will see a Dangerous Download blocked warning giving you two options to either Discard or Keep the downloaded file. Click on Keep
    4. This will trigger the alert action and move your managed browser or managed CrOS device to the “Quarantine” OU (OU name Investigate in our example) with restricted policies.


    Security remediation is vital to any organization’s security program. In this blog we discussed configuring automated security remediation of Chrome Browser Cloud Management security events using Splunk alert actions. This scalable approach can be used to protect a company from online security threats by detecting and quickly responding to high fidelity Chrome Browser Cloud Management security events thereby greatly reducing the time to respond.

    Our team will be at the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit in National Harbor, MD, next week. Come see us in action if you’re attending the summit.

Kategorie: Hacking & Security

Cybercriminals Targeting Apache NiFi Instances for Cryptocurrency Mining

The Hacker News - 31 Květen, 2023 - 17:44
A financially motivated threat actor is actively scouring the internet for unprotected Apache NiFi instances to covertly install a cryptocurrency miner and facilitate lateral movement. The findings come from the SANS Internet Storm Center (ISC), which detected a spike in HTTP requests for “/nifi” on May 19, 2023. “Persistence is achieved via timed processors or entries to cron,” said Dr. Ravie Lakshmanan Security / Cryptocurrency37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Critical Firmware Vulnerability in Gigabyte Systems Exposes ~7 Million Devices

The Hacker News - 31 Květen, 2023 - 15:18
Cybersecurity researchers have found "backdoor-like behavior" within Gigabyte systems, which they say enables the UEFI firmware of the devices to drop a Windows executable and retrieve updates in an unsecure format. Firmware security firm Eclypsium said it first detected the anomaly in April 2023. Gigabyte has since acknowledged and addressed the issue. "Most Gigabyte firmware includes a WindowsRavie Lakshmanan Security / Vulnerability37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Beware of Ghost Sites: Silent Threat Lurking in Your Salesforce Communities

The Hacker News - 31 Květen, 2023 - 15:00
Improperly deactivated and abandoned Salesforce Sites and Communities (aka Experience Cloud) could pose severe risks to organizations, leading to unauthorized access to sensitive data. Data security firm Varonis dubbed the abandoned, unprotected, and unmonitored resources “ghost sites.” “When these Communities are no longer needed, though, they are often set aside but not deactivated,” Varonis Ravie Lakshmanan protection / Cyber Threat37.09024 -95.7128918.780006163821156 -130.869141 65.400473836178847 -60.556641
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Linux Container Security Primer - 31 Květen, 2023 - 13:57
In today's rapidly evolving digital landscape, where agility and scalability are paramount, traditional software deployment methods often fall short. Container technology is a game-changing innovation that has revolutionized how software is deployed, managed, and scaled. It offers many benefits, ensuring that applications run consistently regardless of the hosting environment.
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