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Day: March 13, 2018

How Leaked NSA Spy Tool ‘EternalBlue’ Became a Hacker Favorite

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on EternalBlue What is most likely to be an overlooked story from wired.com talks about things we don’t talk about but an ELITE RUSSIAN hacking team, a historic ransomware attack, an espionage group in the Middle East, and countless small time cryptojackers all have one thing in common. Though their methods and objectives vary,

The 13 most common blockchain myths explained and demystified

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on blockchain myths Thenextweb.com notes that things we don’t talk about but every new technology has hype and reality. The “Binary District Journal” tried to separate the wheat from the chaff and set aside the common myths around the blockchain. Now everyone and their grandmother has heard of blockchain technology – unless

MOSQUITO Attack Allows Air-Gapped Computers to Covertly Exchange Data

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on MOSQUITO Attack: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from thehackernews.com looks to a team of security researchers that have demonstrated how the attackers stole data from the air gap voided computers protected in the Faraday cage and relaunched a new study showing how to install two (or more)

Hacking Team is back … probably it never stopped its activity. Watch Out!

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Hacking Team A recent story from securityaffairs.co reveals the truth about that ESET collected evidence of hacking team activity after hacking, and the company released an interesting analysis based on hacking samples found in the wild. ESET’s security researchers have discovered 14 remote control system (RCS) samples not previously reported in