Yesterday reports surfaced about China potentially using malware targeted at iPhone users to spy on Hong Kong protesters. Is it possible that a nation-state attack on an iOS device would be so bold as to use the words ODAY in its attack? Possibly… But what’s more important here is not the accuracy of the attack … Read More
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Today Zimperium released a new plugin for zANTI2, the “Shellshock Scanner” capable of detecting the Shellshock BASH vulnerability on both a local network IP address or a remote host. Once you select a target, the plugin will send multiple requests to popular CGI scripts to the host IP address. The ShellShock Scanner zANTI2 plugin sends … Read More
Why $250 million didn’t protect JPMorgan from hackers… Late last month CBS Nightly News reported about a robbery at American’s biggest bank, JPMorgan. This attack was no ordinary hold-up. JP Morgan Chase fell victim to a targeted cyberattack, despite spending $250 million dollars on cybersecurity. According to the information disclosed by sources to CBS, the … Read More
Today, corporate networks and websites face varying degrees of cyber-threats – ranging from widespread well-publicized threats like the recent Heartbleed bug, to those that are less well-known, but just as damaging, like “Man-in-the-Middle” (MITM) attacks. The latter cyber-threat threats are network attacks that allow hackers to intercept users’ internet communication, steal sensitive data and even … Read More