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Meet Black Rose Lucy, the Latest Russian MaaS Botnet

Meet Black Rose Lucy, the Latest Russian MaaS Botnet

Research By: Feixiang He, Bogdan Melnykov, Andrey Polkovnichenko An organization needs to have a collaborative hiring process, advised Steve Jobs. Always a group to follow mainstream trends closely, in recent years we’ve seen cyber criminals take greater heed of this advice by increasingly hiring cyber mercenaries and Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) providers ...

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What is Web Cache Poisoning?

What is Web Cache Poisoning?

How does Caching work? All forms of Caching in computer science, whether it be CPU cache, HTTP Web Server cache, Database cache and so on, aims to speed up response times for whatever is requested. Doing so helps reduce load as much as possible on the component that is being ...

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Bettercap : MITM attack for sniffing traffic and passwords

Bettercap : MITM attack for sniffing traffic and passwords

Contents Installation Sniffing Traffic Getting password We will be installing Bettercap, doing a quick sniffing exercise, and then a more detailed section on grabbing the password. Will demonstrate the password grabbing on outlook.com, which seems to be particularly vulnerable to this attack. Installing bettercap Installation is simple- apt-get update apt-get ...

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Bomb threat email campaign | Stay Smart Online

Data breach of public Q&A forum website Quora

What’s happened? Stay Smart Online is aware of bomb threat blackmail emails being sent globally including to Australians and Australian organisations. The emails threaten that a bomb will be detonated in the recipient’s building, unless a ransom payment of bitcoin is made. The emails are likely to be a scam ...

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