Category Archives: Threat intelligence
Google’s Project Zero this week introduced a six-part series that offers an analysis of four zero-day vulnerabilities on Windows and Chrome, and known-day Android exploits it found during the team’s extensive research last year.
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While researchers may want to invest time and energy towards attributing the latest high-profile attack to a particular adversary, more productive is the ability to see similarities in the underlying techniques employed in the attack were to prior attacks.
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A new remote access trojan (RAT) lures cryptocurrency users to download trojanized apps by promoting the apps in dedicated online forums and on social media.
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The report found that the bad threat actors primarily used common attack paths, such as SQL injection, local file inclusion and cross-site scripting.
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While much is speculative, a few aspects of how the government’s information security interactions with the private sector have begun to crystalize.
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Cyber experts expect more sophisticated attacks to come – with ransomware and phishing continuing at a steady, but more advanced clip, and emerging threats tied to deepfakes and 5G beginning to show impact.
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The attacker or bots can overwhelm the Citrix ADC Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) network throughput, potentially leading to outbound bandwidth exhaustion.
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