CISA’s MAR warns of North Korean BLINDINGCAN RAT

Security Affairs

According to the government experts, the BLINDINGCAN malware was employed in attacks aimed at US and foreign companies operating in the military defense and aerospace sectors.

NSA warns Russia-linked APT group is exploiting Exim flaw since 2019

Security Affairs

“Russian military cyber actors, publicly known as Sandworm Team, have been exploiting a vulnerability in Exim mail transfer agent (MTA) software since at least last August.” Using a previous version of Exim leaves a system vulnerable to exploitation. The U.S.

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Canadian Police Raid ‘Orcus RAT’ Author

Krebs on Security

Rezvesz maintains his software was designed for legitimate use only and for system administrators seeking more powerful, full-featured ways to remotely manage multiple PCs around the globe. This makes it harder for targets to remove it from their systems. According to Rezvesz himself, he is no stranger to the Canadian legal system. I tend to have a violent nature, and have both Martial arts and Military training.

MY TAKE: Michigan’s Cyber Range hubs provide career paths to high-schoolers, underutilized adults

The Last Watchdog

Both were well-equipped to teach, test and train individuals ranging from teen-agers and non-technical adults, to working system administrators and even seasoned tech security pros. Another cluster of students attempted to crack into an Alphaville industrial controls system. “I Meanwhile, Pinckney’s Darga has taken the initiative to spearhead efforts to cater to military veterans and to disabled individuals, as well, particularly persons with autism.

£60 million in recovery costs for Norsk Hydro after refusing ransom demand

IT Governance

For a few hundred thousand pounds, Norsk Hydro could have bought a decryptor from the blackmailers and restored its systems. On 19 March 2019, Norsk Hydro’s systems were infected with the LockerGoga ransomware. TrendMicro’s analysis into the ransomware found that it was the same system administration tool abused by the likes of SOREBRECT and Bad Rabbit. The ransomware was accompanied by a note: “Your files are encrypted with the strongest military algorithms.