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Day: January 21, 2018

Multiple Persistent XSS vulnerabilities in CentOS Web Panel

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: A must-read story from gbhackers.com sheds light on a revealing client XSS Vulnerabilities. Security Researchers from Vulnerability Labs have uncovered this vulnerability by allowing attackers to hijack sessions, phishing attacks, and malicious external redirects. They detected that CentOS Web Panel Version 0.9.8.12 allows an attacker to inject remote code into the client

New Report: North Korean Hackers Stole Funds From South Korean Cryptocurrency Exchanges

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Lazarus group: Today I came across this story from cointelegraph.com that expands how North Korean hacker organization Lazarus Group to various South Korean cryptocurrency hacking and security breaches. US network security firm Recorded Future released a new report linking North Korean hacker organization Lazarus to various South Korean cryptocurrency hacking and

New iOS ‘text bomb’ cyberattack can crash, restart your iPhone

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: A must read the story for iOS owners from techrepublic.com outlines possible hack to de-encrypt Apple secured enclave on iOS owners. text-related bug in iOS can crash the operating system with little more than an HTML link. This is the third such bug to hit iOS in the past few years,

SamSam Ransomware campaign force hospital to paid $55,000 ransom

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: I couldn’t believe this story from securityaffairs.co and csoonline.com that shed light on a revealing Samsam Ransomware headlines early this year with malicious code infecting high-profile systems, including a hospital that pays a $ 55,000 ransom. SamSam ransomware is a threat that struck in 2015 with a long list of victims, many of whom

Are You Ready for the Evolution of Ransomware?

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: A recent story from blog.fortinet.com defines a worrisome fact that ransomware once again becomes a major threat in 2017 as cybercriminals continue to prove how effective it is to make money. But in 2017, we also saw the evolution of ransomware, as malware combines ransomware with self-propagating worms in an attempt