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Systemd Vulnerability Leads To Denial Of Service On Linux
23rd Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
Many Linux distributions are at risk due to a recently disclosed flaw in systemd: a flaw in its DNS resolver could cause a denial-of-service attack on vulnerable systems. The vulnerability is exploited by having the vulnerable system send...
Mitigating CVE-2017-5689, An Intel Management Engine Vulnerability
22nd Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
Intel recently released a security advisory detailing several security flaws in its Management Engine (ME). The advisory provides critical ME, Trusted Execution Technology (TXT), and Server Platform Services (SPS) firmware updates for versions...
QkG Filecoder: Self-Replicating, Document-Encrypting Ransomware
22nd Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
We encountered a few interesting samples of a file-encoding ransomware variant implemented entirely in VBA macros called qkG (detected by Trend Micro as RANSOM_CRYPTOQKG.A). It’s a classic macro malware infecting Microsoft Word’s Normal...
October MacOS Patch Fixes FAT/USB Vulnerability
21st Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
October’s macOS security update contained a fix for a vulnerability that Trend Micro privately disclosed to Apple earlier this year. The vulnerability (designated as CVE-2017-13811), was in the fsck_msdos system tool. This tool checks...
Cobalt Strikes Again: Spam Runs Use Macros And CVE-2017-8759 Exploit Against Russian Banks
20th Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
The waves of backdoor-laden spam emails we observed during June and July that targeted Russian-speaking businesses were part of bigger campaigns. The culprit appears to be the Cobalt group, based on the techniques used. In their recent...
New EMOTET Hijacks A Windows API, Evades Sandbox And Analysis
15th Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
We discussed the re-emergence of banking malware EMOTET in September and how it has adopted a wider scope since it wasnt picky about the industries it attacks. We recently discovered that EMOTET has a new iteration (detected as TSPY_EMOTET.SMD10)...
November’s Patch Tuesday Includes Defense In Depth Update For Attacks Abusing Dynamic Data Exchange
15th Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
Microsoft rolled out fixes for over 50 security issues in this month’s Patch Tuesday. The updates cover vulnerabilities and bugs in the Windows operating system, Internet Explorer (IE), Edge, ASP .NET Core, Chakra Core browsing engine,...
Physical Theft Meets Cybercrime: The Illicit Business Of Selling Stolen Apple Devices
14th Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
Online scams and physical crimes are known to intersect. In an incident last May, we uncovered a modus operandi and the tools they can use to break open iCloud accounts to unlock stolen iPhones. Further research into their crossover revealed...
Toast Overlay Weaponized To Install Several Android Malware
9th Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
We uncovered new Android malware that can surreptitiously install other malware on the affected device via the Toast Overlay attack: TOASTAMIGO, detected by Trend Micro as ANDROIDOS_TOASTAMIGO. The malicious apps, one of which had over...
REDBALDKNIGHT/BRONZE BULTER’s Daserf Backdoor Now Using Steganography
7th Nov 2017 [7 months ago] from TrendMicro
REDBALDKNIGHT, also known as BRONZE BUTLER and Tick, is a cyberespionage group known to target Japanese organizations such as government agencies (including defense) as well as those in biotechnology, electronics manufacturing, and industrial...
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