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SETI@home has announced that they will no longer be distributing new work to clients starting on March 31st as they have enough data and want to focus on completing their back-end analysis of the data. Continue reading

The Nemty Ransomware is the latest cybercrime operation to create a data leak site to punish victims who refuse to pay ransoms. Continue reading

Recently we have observed a significant increase in state-sponsored operations carried out by threat actors worldwide. APT34, Gamaredon, and Transparent Tribe are a few samples of the recently uncovered campaigns, the latter was spotted after four years of apparent inactivity. Cybaze-Yoroi ZLab decided to study in depth a recent threat attributed to a North Korean APT dubbed Kimsuky. Continue reading

The Android Security Bulletin contains details of security vulnerabilities affecting Android devices. Security patch levels of 2020-03-05 or later address all of these issues. To learn how to check a device’s security patch level, see Check and update your Android version. Continue reading

Network data from the NetBlocks internet observatory confirm that Iran has blocked access to the Farsi (Persian) language edition of the Wikipedia online encylopedia as of Monday, 2 March 2020. The standard web edition was blocked while the mobile version remained available to users. Continue reading

U.S.-related hacking group launched cyber-attacks against China

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Abstract—With recent advances in artificial intelligence and natural language processing, voice has become a primary method for human-computer interaction. It has enabled game-changing new technologies in both commercial sectors and military sectors, such as Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, and voice-controlled naval warships. Recently, researchers have demonstrated that these voice assistant systems are susceptible to signal injection at the inaudible frequencies. Continue reading

Let me share with you the result of a one-night long analysis of major black marketplaces searching for anything related to the coronavirus epidemic.

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We discovered a vulnerability in OpenSMTPD, OpenBSD’s mail server. This vulnerability, an out-of-bounds read introduced in December 2015 (commit 80c6a60c, “when peer outputs a multi-line response …”), is exploitable remotely and leads to the execution of arbitrary shell commands: either as root, after May 2018 (commit a8e22235, “switch smtpd to new grammar”); or as any non-root user, before May 2018. Continue reading

The Media Trust’s Digital Security & Operations (DSO) team discovered a new malicious campaign affecting iPhone users of over 100 publisher websites, many of which were UK online newspapers and international weekly news magazines. Continue reading