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Malicious DICOM files can be crafted to contain both CT and MRI scan imaging data and potentially dangerous PE executables, a process which can be used by threat actors to hide malware inside seemingly harmless files. Continue reading

A new version of Adblock Plus was released on July 17, 2018. Version 3.2 introduced a new filter option for rewriting requests. A day later AdBlock followed suit and released support for the new filter option. uBlock, being owned by AdBlock, also implemented the feature. Continue reading

In early 2019, FireEye Threat Intelligence identified a spear phishing email targeting government entities in Ukraine. The spear phishing email included a malicious LNK file with PowerShell script to download the second-stage payload from the command and control (C&C) server. The email was received by military departments in Ukraine and included lure content related to the sale of demining machines. Continue reading

Siemens ProductCERT investigates all reports of security issues and publishes Security Advisories for validated security vulnerabilities that directly involve Siemens products and require applying an update, performing an upgrade, or other customer action. Continue reading

We detected a malware that uses multiple propagation and infection methods to drop a Monero cryptocurrency miner onto as many systems and servers as possible. Initially observed in China in early 2019, the methods it previously used to infect networks involved accessing weak passwords and using pass-the-hash technique, Windows admin tools, and brute force attacks with publicly available codes. However, this new case we found in Japan involves the use of the EternalBlue exploit and the abuse of PowerShell to break into the system and evade detection. Continue reading

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TL;DR: An attacker gained access to the servers hosting Matrix.org. The intruder had access to the production databases, potentially giving them access to unencrypted message data, password hashes and access tokens. As a precaution, if you’re a matrix.org user you should change your password now. Continue reading

A hacker group has breached several FBI-affiliated websites and uploaded their contents to the web, including dozens of files containing the personal information of thousands of federal agents and law enforcement officers, TechCrunch has learned. Continue reading

I just received the email (below, in image link) from Microsoft, it’s legit from them. I’ve been using a Microsoft account for email for 20 years, and this is my first time seeing this. Has this happened before? Continue reading

At first, it was the virus-infected email with fake news about alleged bribe taken by Raminudas Karoblis, the Lithuanian defense minister. Then a weird animation video appeared on YouTube. The sophisticated cyberattack continued and spread to the media, with clues pointing to one direction – Kremlin. Continue reading

The currently unfolding complex cyber-information attack has affected “Kas vyksta Kaune” news portal as a piece of disinformation misleadingly stating there is an investigation by law enforcement carried out. The fake news has also spread across social media. The National Cyber Security Centre urges the citizens to think critically and not to give in to manipulation. Continue reading