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September 2, 2018

Stolen D-Link Certificate Used to Digitally Sign Spying Malware

Digitally signed malware has become much more common in recent years to mask malicious intentions.

Security researchers have discovered a new malware campaign misusing stolen valid digital certificates from Taiwanese tech-companies, including D-Link, to sign their malware and making them look like legitimate applications.

As you may know, digital certificates issued by a trusted certificate authority (CA) are used to cryptographically sign computer applications and software and are trusted by your computer for execution of those programs without any warning messages.

However, malware author and hackers who are always in search of advanced techniques to [...]

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September 2, 2018

Gaza Cybergang Returns With New Attacks On Palestinian Authority

Security researchers from Check Point Threat Intelligence Team have discovered the comeback of an APT (advanced persistent threat) surveillance group targeting institutions across the Middle East, specifically the Palestinian Authority.

The attack, dubbed “Big Bang,” begins with a phishing email sent to targeted victims that includes an attachment of a self-extracting archive containing two files—a Word document and a malicious executable.

Posing to be from the Palestinian Political and National Guidance Commission, the Word document serves as a decoy to distract victims while the malware is installed in the background.

The malicious executable, [...]

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September 2, 2018

Ecuador to Withdraw Asylum for Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange

After protecting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange for almost six years, Ecuador is now planning to withdraw its political asylum, probably next week, and eject him from its London embassy—eventually would turn him over to the British authorities.

Lenín Moreno, the newly-elected President of Ecuador, has arrived in London this Friday to give a speech at Global Disability Summit on 24 July 2018.

However, media reports suggest the actual purpose of the President’s visit is to finalize a deal with UK government to withdraw its asylum protection of Assange.

According to RT editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan and the Intercept‘s Glenn Greenwald, [...]

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January 26, 2018

Shadow Brokers reveals list of Servers Hacked by the NSA

The hacker group calling itself the Shadow Brokers, who previously claimed to have leaked a portion of the NSA’s hacking tools and exploits, is back with a Bang!

The Shadow Brokers published more files today, and this time the group dumped a list of foreign servers allegedly compromised by the NSA-linked hacking unit, Equation Group, in various countries to expand its espionage operations.

Top 3 Targeted Countries — China, Japan, and Korea

The data dump [Download / File Password: payus] that experts believe contains 306 domain names, and 352 IP addresses belong to at least 49 countries. As many as 32 domains of the total were run by educational institutes in China [...]

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