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Day: January 23, 2018

Triton Malware Exploited Zero-Day Flaw in Schneider Electric Safety Controllers

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Triton Malware A recent story from details how Triton malware exploited a zero-day flaw in Schneider Electric’s safety controllers. This article was first reported by this author in December where the malware family called “TRITON” distributing to attack Industrial control systems, which led to performing an emergency shutdown the

Meltdown and Spectre Chip Flaw and Vulnerability Implementation Guide Update: Intel holding off Patches

Intel Halts Meltdown and Spectre Chip Flaw/CPU Patches Over Unstable Code An update from my Meltdown and Spectre Flaw and Vulnerability Implementation Guide Meltdown and Spectre Flaw and Vulnerability Implementation Guide Now for almost three weeks, the legendary patch and resolution continue. This article is an update of the Implementation Guide. Currently, the world is still waiting

Up to 40,000 OnePlus customers potentially hit by credit card hack

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: I couldn’t believe this story from that reveals up to 40,000 OnePlus customers potentially hit by credit card hack.  OnePlus, a Chinese smartphone maker disclosed that 40,000 customers have recently been affected by a compromise in the company’s checkout process. The attack was done by embedding a rogue script on

Satori Botnet Malware Infect and Hack Your ARC IoT Devices

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from admits how Satori botnet malware can now infect more IoT devices on the latest version is for systems running ARC processors. Authors of the Satori IoT malware family have greatly increased their use of botnets for attacking botnets and targeting systems

Critical Flaw in All Blizzard Games Could Let Hackers Hijack Millions of PCs

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: This story from provides a hidden possible vulnerability in all Blizzard’s game that could allow a remote attacker to hijack millions of player’s computer with “DNS rebind” attack. Google security researchers found a serious flaw in Blizzard’s game that could allow a remote attacker to run malicious code on a player’s computer.World