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The Big Hack: How China Used a Tiny Chip to Infiltrate [source: bloomberg]

In 2015, Inc. began quietly evaluating a startup called Elemental Technologies, a potential acquisition to help with a major expansion of its streaming video service, known today as Amazon Prime Video. Based in Portland, Ore., Elemental made software for compressing massive video files and formatting them for different devices. Its technology had...

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New DanaBot Banking Malware Attack with Stealer and Remote Access [source: gbhackers]

New Banking malware called “DanaBot” actively attacking various counties organization with sophisticated evasion technique and act as a Stealer and ability to gain remote access from targeted victims machine. DanaBot content some evasion technique such as extensive anti-analysis features and targeting various countries including Poland, Italy, Germany, and Austria, Australia and...

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Phishing Attacks Distributed Through CloudFlare’s IPFS Gateway [bleepingcomputer]

Yesterday we reported on a phishing attack that utilizes the Azure Blob storage solution in order to have login forms secured by a Microsoft issued SSL certificate. After reviewing the URLs utilized by the same attacker, BleepingComputer noticed that these same bad actors are also utilizing the Cloudflare IPFS gateway for the same purpose. Last...

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Linux Vulnerability Hits CentOS, Debian, and Red Hat Distros [latesthackingnews]

Researchers have discovered a critical vulnerability that allegedly affects multiple Linux distros. The vulnerability named Mutagen Astronomy allows an attacker to gain complete control of a targeted system through root access. This Linux vulnerabilityadversely impacts all current versions of Red Hat, Debian, and CentOS distributions. Mutagen Astronomy – Vulnerability Giving Root...

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GhostDNS: New Botnet Hijacked Over 100,000 Routers [source: thehackernews]

Chinese cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a widespread, ongoing malware campaign that has already hijacked over 100,000 home routers and modified their DNS settings to hack users with malicious web pages—especially if they visit banking sites—and steal their login credentials. Dubbed GhostDNS, the campaign has many similarities with the infamous DNSChanger malware that works...

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