CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on CrossRAT Malware Targets Windows, MacOS, and Linux systems thehackernews.com warned ‘Are you using Linux or Mac OS? If you think your system is not vulnerable to viruses, then you should read this. A wide range of cybercriminals is now using a new type of “undetectable” spyware malware targeting Windows, macOS, Solaris,
Day: January 25, 2018
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentaries on Intel AMT security exploit: The techgenix.com has uncovered a research, found in a blog post on F-Secure’s website,The exploit involves Intel’s Active Management Technology (AMT) and was discovered initially by F-Secure’s Senior Security Consultant Harry Sintonen back in July 2017. The cause of the Intel AMT security exploit has to
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Fictional SpriteCoin Cryptocurrency: A must-read story from infosecurity-magazine.com features a little-known ransomware that accepts only Monero payments has appeared and is trying to trick the victim by disguising as a password-protected SpriteCoin storage mechanism. SpriteCoin does not exist, but – this is a fictitious cryptocurrency. According to Fortinet’s FortiGuard lab, malware
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary Waiting on Meltdown and Spectre Patch: I couldn’t believe this story from scmagazine.com that talks about the truth about while Intel pausedMeltdown and Spectre patch and we are waiting, what should we do when we are waiting Intel earlier this week suggested that users using processors that may be affected by Specter / Meltdown
CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on HNS IoT Botnet: A recent story from gbhackers.com showcases a revealing a new IoT botnet, known as HNS, is rapidly growing and has spread from Asia to the United States.HNS IoT botnets have a worm-like mechanism that embeds numerous commands such as data breaches, code execution, and jamming device operations.