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Looming retirement of legacy system custodians put global IT systems at risk

Government IT systems and critical infrastructure systems around the world are at risk due to legacy technology and the pending retirement of those who have historically maintained these older systems. Of the U.S. General Services Administration’s mission-critical IT staff, 20-50 percent will be eligible to retire by 2024 and 66 percent of U.K. companies have…
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Heaven’s Gate exploit still defiled ten years later to deliver RATs and stealers

Threat actors were spotted using a decade-old antivirus evasion technique in at least three malware distribution campaigns.  A HawkEye Reborn keylogger, Remcos remote access trojan (RAT), and various other cryptocurrency mining trojan campaigns are using the “Heaven’s Gate” technique to avoid antivirus detection, Cisco Talos researchers said in a July 1 blog post. The technique…
Network Security

Raspberry PI attack compromises networks, steals admin credentials

Kaspersky Lab researchers developed a proof of concept attack that encourages IT pros to think twice about how insider threats can compromise networks. While other attacks can be carried out which exploit physical access to devices, researchers noted this attack is special because it can be carried out by anyone who has physical access to…
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Transient devices require strict control measures as regulatory compliance requirements grow

TThe proliferation of BYOD and portable media devices is increasing the cybercrime attack surface exponentially. reports that 25 percent of malware is spread today through USB devices alone. Transient cyber assets  — or devices not connected to the network all the time (which includes USB devices) — are proving to be an acute vulnerability…
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