Researchers from Cisco Talos security group have discovered vulnerabilities in popular Foxit PDF Reader that could lead to code execution.
The Cisco Talos cybersecurity team discovered a malicious campaign delivering variants of Nanocore, Netwire and Async RATs targeting user’s information.
Security researchers from Cisco have discovered a new version of remote access trojan (RAT) dubbed “CRAT” that targets endpoints.
Attackers are using a “fileless” malware dubbed Divergent to generate revenue via click-fraud. Divergent further uses NodeJS and a WinDivert utlility to facilitate the malware attack.
A cyber attack group dubbed “Tortoiseshell” has deployed a fake website posing as a site to help U.S. military veterans find jobs. The website is then used to download malware to visitors’ systems.
Researchers have discovered two denial of service (DoS) vulnerabilities in NETGEAR N300 home wireless routers. NETGEAR has issued firmware updates to address the issues.
Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Jenkins plugins that could lead to information disclosure. The three affected plugins are Swarm, Ansible and GitLab.
Security experts warn of a new cyber threat campaign dubbed “Sea Turtle” that targets public and private organizations in the Middle East and North Africa. The ongoing operation likely lasted from January 2017 through the first quarter of this year.
Security experts from Cisco Talos have spotted a spike in cyberattacks targeting unsecured Elasticsearch clusters running on older versions
1.4.2 and lower.
The infamous banking trojan Emotet is re-emerging via new cyber campaigns after a low period of activity over the recent Christmas holidays. Emotet is one of the most widely developed and distributed malware families used by cyber criminals.