Exploit Released for GoAnywhere File Transfer Zero-Day Flaw

A zero-day vulnerability affecting on-premise instances of Fortra’s GoAnywhere MFT-managed file transfer solution was actively exploited, according to a warning posted on Mastodon by security researcher Brian Krebs. GoAnywhere is a safe web file transfer application that allows businesses to securely share encrypted data with partners while maintaining thorough audit logs of file access. The issue […]

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Hackers Exploit Vulnerabilities in Sunlogin to Deploy Sliver C2 Framework

Threat actors are leveraging known flaws in Sunlogin software to deploy the Sliver command-and-control (C2) framework for carrying out post-exploitation activities. The findings come from AhnLab Security Emergency response Center (ASEC), which found that security vulnerabilities in Sunlogin, a remote desktop program developed in China, are being abused to deploy a wide range of payloads. […]

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Released: Decryptor for Cl0p ransomware’s Linux variant

Flawed encryption logic used in Cl0p (Clop) ransomware’s Linux (ELF) variant has allowed SentinelOne researchers to create and release a free decryptor. “The [Cl0p] Windows variant encrypts the generated RC4 key responsible for the file encryption using the asymmetric algorithm RSA and a public key. In the Linux variant, the generated RC4 key is encrypted […]

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Contrôle parental sur les smartphones Android : Conseils éclairés pour protéger vos enfants

Voulez-vous savoir comment contrôler l’utilisation des smartphones Android par vos enfants ? Découvrez les solutions disponibles auprès de votre opérateur et de Google, ainsi que des applications à copier dans le Play Store. The post Contrôle parental sur les smartphones Android : Conseils éclairés pour protéger vos enfants first appeared on UnderNews. Post Views: 6

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