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January 7 | 2018 | Safe Harbor on Cyber google-site-verification: google30a059f9a075f398.html

Day: January 7, 2018

Questionable Secrets Untold about the DNC Hack, the Core Evidence of RussiaGate

CyberWisdom Head Spinner Find: Read this amazing article from abiusmaximus.com that leaves your head spinning… Read on. Secrets untold about the DNC hack, the core of RussiaGate Summary: The alleged hack of the Democratic Party National Committee (DNC) is one of the core stories in the RussiaGate narrative. Now analysis of the publicly available evidence shows some

DHS Insider Breach Resulted in Theft of 246,167 Staff’s Personal Information in OIG Investigations

Cyberwisdom Commentary: DHS Office of Inspector General Case Management System Privacy incident shows 246,167 Federal Government employees’ personal sensitive information and the DNS believes that such cyber attacks are not made by outside actors.The incident disclosed the personally identifiable information of these individuals, including their names, social security numbers, date of birth, positions, grade and duty

PyCryptoMiner botnet, a new Crypto-Miner Botnet spreads over SSH for Monero

Cyberwisdom Commentary: Experts believe it is developing a botnet, and operators have recently added scanning capabilities to search for vulnerable JBoss servers (leveraging CVE-2017-12149). It is estimated that by the end of December, the PyCryptoMiner botnet has generated approximately $ 46,000 in revenue. Experts say the PyCryptoMiner botnet is shunned because of its scripting-based nature