Cisco Patched Multiple Security Vulnerabilities

Cisco Patched Multiple Security Vulnerabilities In Nexus Dashboard

Cisco has addressed several vulnerabilities in its Nexus Dashboard. Taking advantage of these vulnerabilities can allow attackers to perform CSRF attacks or execute arbitrary code. | Cisco Patched Multiple Security Vulnerabilities In Nexus Dashboard Ethical Hacking Complete Tutorial Step By Step Guide Part-1 Ethical Hacking Complete Tutorial Step By Step Guide Part-2 Cisco Nexus Dashboard…

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Chinese Hacker Groups Continue to Target Indian Power Grid Assets

China-linked adversaries have been attributed to an ongoing onslaught against Indian power grid organizations, one year after a concerted campaign targeting critical infrastructure in the country came to light. Most of the intrusions involved a modular backdoor named ShadowPad, according to Recorded Future’s Insikt Group, a sophisticated remote access trojan which has been dubbed a “masterpiece of privately sold malware…

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Hamas-linked Hackers Targeting High-Ranking Israelis Using ‘Catfish’ Lures

Hamas-linked Hackers Targeting High-Ranking Israelis Using ‘Catfish’ Lures || A threat actor with affiliations to the cyber warfare division of Hamas has been linked to an “elaborate campaign” targeting high-profile Israeli individuals employed in sensitive defense, law enforcement, and emergency services organizations. “The campaign operators use sophisticated social engineering techniques, ultimately aimed to deliver previously…

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North Korean Hackers

North Korean Hackers Distributing Trojanized DeFi Wallet Apps to Steal Victims’ Crypto

A state-backed North Korean hacking team, also known as the Lazarus Group, has been linked to another financially motivated campaign that uses a decentralized finance (DeFi) wallet Trojan application to spread a fully functional backdoor to compromised Windows systems. The app, equipped with features for saving and managing a cryptocurrency wallet, is also designed to…

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Roaming Mantis SMSishing campaign now targets Europe

Roaming Mantis SMSishing campaign now targets Europe

The Roaming Mantis SMS phishing campaign is now targeting Android and iPhone users in Europe with malicious apps and phishing pages. Roaming Mantis surfaced in March 2018 when hacked routers in Japan were redirecting users to compromised websites. Roaming Mantis is a credential theft and malware campaign that takes advantage of smishing to distribute malicious…

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Magniber ransomware

Magniber ransomware being spread in the guise of a legit Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome update

Analysts have now discovered that attackers behind the Magniber ransomware, who have been exploiting IE-based vulnerabilities so far, are now targeting PCs via modern browsers such as Edge and Chrome. The Magniber ransomware is disguised as a legit update package for Edge or Chrome and comes as a signed .appx file. Installing this “update” will…

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Apple drops controversial lawsuit against Corellium

Apple has dropped a controversial intellectual property lawsuit against virtualization software maker Corelium, days before the case was set to go to trial. Corelium’s software technology enables users to create virtual iOS devices within a browser, allowing security researchers to more easily test for bugs and exploits. The same virtualization technology allows tech journalists to…

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What is Pegasus spyware and how it works

An investigation by the Pegasus Project, an international media consortium, revealed that more than 50,000 phone numbers were targeted by spyware created by NSO Group, an Israeli software company. The list contained 300 verified phone numbers in India, including ministers, opposition leaders, a sitting judge, more than 40 journalists, and several activists and businessmen. But…

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New WhatsApp Bugs Could’ve Let Attackers Hack Your Phone Remotely

Facebook-owned WhatsApp recently addressed two security vulnerabilities in its messaging app for Android that could be exploited to remotely execute malicious code on the device and even eject sensitive information. Could have done. | WhatsApp hack The flaw is the purpose of devices running Android versions and devices running Android 9, including Android 9, known…

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