Month: July 2022

Microsoft Catches Austrian Company Exploiting Windows, Adobe Zero-Days

Malware hunters at Microsoft have caught an Austrian hack-for-hire company exploiting zero-day flaws in Windows and Adobe software products in “limited and targeted attacks” against European and Central American computer users. read more

Source: Microsoft Catches Austrian Company Exploiting Windows, Adobe Zero-Days


Discovery Of New UEFI Rootkit Exposes An Ugly Truth: The Attacks Are Invisible To Us

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Source: Discovery Of New UEFI Rootkit Exposes An Ugly Truth: The Attacks Are Invisible To Us


T-Mobile to cough up $500 million over 2021 data breach

Technically, it’s not a fine, and the lawyers will get a big chunk of it. But it still adds up to a half-billion-dollar data breach.

Source: T-Mobile to cough up $500 million over 2021 data breach


HTTP/3 | RFC 9114

Chrome has had QUIC for sometime now. I use QUIC as well with Syncthing.


Even Air-Gapped Systems’ Aren’t Safe!

Stealing Data Wirelessly From an Air-Gapped System – Security | DSLReports Forums, broadband news, information and community

Source: DSL Reports


New Linux Malware Framework Lets Attackers Install Rootkit on Targeted Systems

A never-before-seen Linux malware has been dubbed a “Swiss Army Knife” for its modular architecture and its capability to install rootkits. This previously undetected Linux threat, called¬†Lightning Framework¬†by Intezer, is equipped with a plethora of features, making it one of the most intricate frameworks developed for targeting Linux systems. “The framework has both passive and active

Source: New Linux Malware Framework Lets Attackers Install Rootkit on Targeted Systems


How the FBI Wiretapped the World

FBI used a honeypot phone.

https://www.vice.com/en/article/pkgbpn/how-the-fbi-wiretapped-the-world


ZuoRAT Malware is Infecting Routers and Taking Over Entire Networks