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Executive Insight, Opinion

IoT proliferation and widespread 5G: A perfect botnet storm

By now, we’ve heard the many promises of the 5G era. Organizations across industries are poised to take advantage of the enhancements 5G will bring to boost their products and services in ways that were difficult or expensive to achieve using 4G networks. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a big part of this shift,…
Privacy & Compliance, Security News

Hacker leaks more than 515,000 Telnet credentials in forum

A hacker posted a trove of Telnet credentials for more than 515,000 servers, IoT devices and routers on a hacking forum. The leaked lists, dated October and November of last year, were published by someone who runs a DDoS-for-hire service and include usernames, passwords and IP addresses, according to a report by ZDNet. The hacker,…
IoT, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Flaws in Imperial, Dabman web radios could lead to full compromise

Researchers have disclosed a pair of vulnerabilities in multiple Imperial and Dabman-branded web radios that could allow malicious actors to remotely compromise the IoT devices. Telestar Digital GmbH, the company that manufacturers the web radios, has patched both problems, according to a security advisory yesterday from Vulnerability Lab, whose researchers made the discovery. Several reports…
Malware, Security News

Mirai, Neko and Bashlite variants unleashed

Starting in mid-July new variants of Mirai, Bashlite and Neko began appearing in honeypots, all of which are designed to assemble botnets capable of launching DDoS attacks. Trend Micro came across the first variant, based on Neko, on July 22 capable of brute forcing weak credentials and then unleashing a very capable set of malware…
Peter Stephenson
Network Security, Security News

Beefing Up Your Next Generation Security Tool Set

In my last article I introduced you to deception networks.  This is a next generation tool that lets you alert on potential malicious activity while protecting your enterprise and capturing forensic evidence at the same time.  Over the course of four articles I’m going to help you deploy a next generation – true AI and…
Cybercrime, IoT, Malware, Security News

Torii malware could be gateway to more sophisticated IoT botnet attacks

Researchers have discovered yet another Internet of Things botnet derived from Mirai — but instead of conducting DDoS attacks or cryptomining like most variants, this one’s core functionality is exfiltrating information and executing malicious commands. Making matters worse, the malware’s potential target list is unusually large, considering that it supports attacks against a variety of…
Cryptocurrency, Cybercrime, Malware, Ransomware, Security News

Iron Group suspected in creation of Xbash all-in-one malware

A threat actor has been targeting Windows and Linux servers with a self-propagating malware mash-up that’s comprised of botnet, ransomware, disk wiper, cryptomining and worm elements all in one. Researchers from Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 division have tied the malware, dubbed Xbash, to the APT actor known as Iron Group. The same group has previously…
Reboot Leadership Awards 2018

Threat Seeker – Marc Laliberte

Category: Threat Seeker Name: Marc Laliberte Title: Senior Security Analyst Company: WatchGuard Technologies Why Nominated: For someone who just seven years ago was a level-1 technician at WatchGuard Technologies, Marc Laliberte has moved quickly through the ranks to become a valued senior security analyst on WatchGuard’s Threat Research Team who serves as manager and mentor…
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