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A Fresh Look On Reverse Proxy Related Attacks

A Fresh Look On Reverse Proxy Related Attacks

In recent years, several researches have been published about attacks deliberately or directly related to reverse proxies. While implementing various reverse-proxy checks on the scanner, I started analyzing implementations of reverse proxies. Initially, I wanted to analyze how both reverse proxies and web servers parse requests, find out inconsistencies in ...

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CeidPageLock: A Chinese RootKit

CeidPageLock: A Chinese RootKit

August 28, 2018 Research by: Israel Gubi – August 28, 2018 Over the last few weeks, we have been observing a rootkit named CEIDPageLock being distributed by the RIG Exploit kit. The rootkit was first discovered by 360 Security Center a few months ago, when it was detected trying to tamper ...

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Airbus Data Breach Exposes Employee Credentials, Professional Contact Details

Airbus Data Breach Exposes Employee Credentials, Professional Contact Details

Commercial aircraft manufacturer Airbus announced a data breach incident that impacted the company’s “Commercial Aircraft business” information systems and led to third parties gaining unauthorized access to data. Airbus is a global leader in aeronautics funded in 1970, headquartered in the European Union and currently employing more than 10,000 people. According to ...

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Facebook’s “Research” Tool Pays Users To Get Complete Access To Their Data

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Last year in March, it was reported that Facebook pushed its Onavo Protect VPN app to the iOS users. While VPNs are usually used as an extra privacy layer, this tool did the exact opposite — it tracked the users’ activity and collected their data. Later, Apple kicked off the ...

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