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Quirky Fbot IoT botnet kills rival, communicates via blockchain-based DNS

There’s an odd new addition to the extended family of Mirai-inspired IoT botnets, and so far its only obvious victim is a competing botnet whose malware is targeted for removal from any infected devices. Dubbed Fbot, the malware is also unusual because rather than using standard DNS to communicate with the command-and-control server, it instead…
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VMware issues critical security update for Workstation and Fusion products

VMware last week issued a security update for its Workstation and Fusion virtual network devices, patching a critical integer overflow vulnerability that, if exploited, could allow unauthorized guests to execute code on the host. Designated CVE-2018-6983, the hypervisor vulnerability is fixed in versions 14.1.5 and 15.0.2 of Workstation Pro and Workstation Player, and versions 10.1.5 and 11.0.2…
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Mozilla patches exploited zero-day flaw in Firefox

The Mozilla Foundation yesterday issued a security update for Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release, which were found to contain an actively exploited, critical vulnerability in the IonMonkey JIT compiler. “Incorrect alias information in IonMonkey JIT compiler for setting array elements could lead to a type confusion,” reads an official advisory posted by Mozilla, citing…

Adobe releases desperately needed fix for Flash Player bug exploited by zero-day attackers

Adobe Systems today released a critical security update for a pair of vulnerabilities in Flash Player, one of which has been actively exploited in phishing attacks attributed to North Korean APT actor Group 123, which reportedly is infecting targets with the ROKRAT remote administrative tool. Both bugs are classified as use-after-free vulnerabilities that can result…
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