Monthly Archives: February 2018

IoT botnet bypasses firewalls to get to ZyXEL modems

NewSky Security’s honeypots have detected a new IoT botnet in the making. The botnet was named DoubleDoor, as it leverages two distinct backdoors to get to the target: ZyXEL PK5001Z modems. The DoubleDoor attacks What’s interesting about this particular botnet is that it’s ready to pass an extra layer of security to get to the modem: Juniper Networks’ NetScreen hardware firewall devices. To pull off the attack, it employs exploits for two vulnerabilities: CVE-2015–7755, which … More ?

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Now that’s taking the p… Sewage plant ‘hacked’ to craft crypto-coins

Mining Monero on SCADA networks? Why can’t you kids be normal and just DDoS Updated   Infosec bods say they have uncovered what’s thought to be the first case of a major industrial control system network infected with cryptocurrency-mining malware.…

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Now that’s taking the p… Sewage plant ‘hacked’ to craft crypto-coins

Android devices roped into new Monero-mining botnet

A new Monero-mining bot sprang up a few days ago and, in just a few days, has created a botnet consisting of over 7,000 Android devices, most of which are located in China (39%) and Korea (39%). Spreading capabilities The rise of the botnet has been flagged by researchers with Qihoo 360’s Netlab, who analyzed the mining malware and discovered that it has worm-like spreading capabilities. Once ADB.miner – as they’ve dubbed the threat – … More ?

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Cisco issues new, complete fixes for critical flaw in enterprise security appliances

Cisco researchers have identified additional attack vectors and features that are affected by the “perfect 10” remote code execution and denial of service vulnerability they attempted to patch last Tuesday. This discovery also means that the fix they pushed out at the time is incomplete, and administrators now have to update the vulnerable software again. More on CVE-2018-0101 Initially, they thought that the vulnerability (CVE-2018-0101) only affected the webvpn feature of the Cisco Adaptive Security … More ?

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