ZuoRAT Malware Hijacking Home-Office Routers to Spy on Targeted Networks

2022-06-29 - A never-before-seen remote access trojan dubbed ZuoRAT has been singling out small office/home office (SOHO) routers as part of a sophisticated campaign targeting North American and European networks. The malware "grants the actor the ability to pivot into the local network and gain access to additional systems on the LAN by hijacking network communications to maintain an undetected foothold,"

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

APT Hackers Targeting Industrial Control Systems with ShadowPad Backdoor

2022-06-29 - Entities located in Afghanistan, Malaysia, and Pakistan are in the crosshairs of an attack campaign that targets unpatched Microsoft Exchange Servers as an initial access vector to deploy the ShadowPad malware. Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky, which first detected the activity in mid-October 2021, attributed it to a previously unknown Chinese-speaking threat actor. Targets include

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

New Android Banking Trojan 'Revive' Targeting Users of Spanish Financial Services

2022-06-29 - A previously unknown Android banking trojan has been discovered in the wild, targeting users of the Spanish financial services company BBVA. Said to be in its early stages of development, the malware — dubbed Revive by Italian cybersecurity firm Cleafy — was first observed on June 15, 2022 and distributed by means of phishing campaigns. "The name Revive has been chosen since one of the

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

Overview of Top Mobile Security Threats in 2022

2022-06-28 - Your smartphone is your daily companion. The chances are that most of our activities rely on them, from ordering food to booking medical appointments. However, the threat landscape always reminds us how vulnerable smartphones can be.  Consider the recent discovery by Oversecured, a security startup. These experts observed the dynamic code loading and its potential dangers. Why is this a problem?

Source: Tweakers.net, The Hacker News

OpenSSL to Release Security Patch for Remote Memory Corruption Vulnerability

2022-06-28 - The latest version of the OpenSSL library has been discovered as susceptible to a remote memory-corruption vulnerability on select systems. The issue has been identified in OpenSSL version 3.0.4, which was released on June 21, 2022, and impacts x64 systems with the AVX-512 instruction set. OpenSSL 1.1.1 as well as OpenSSL forks BoringSSL and LibreSSL are not affected. <!--adsense--> Security

Source: Tweakers.net, Ravie Lakshmanan

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