NginRAT – A stealth malware targets e-store hiding on Nginx servers

Threat actors are targeting e-stores with remote access malware, dubbed NginRAT, that hides on Nginx servers bypassing security solutions. Researchers from security firm Sansec recently discovered a new Linux remote access trojan (RAT), tracked as CronRAT, that hides in the Linux task scheduling system (cron) on February 31st. CronRAT is employed in Magecart attacks against online stores […]

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New EwDoor Botnet is targeting AT&T customers

360 Netlab experts spotted a new botnet dubbed EwDoor that infects unpatched AT&T enterprise network edge devices. Experts from Qihoo 360’s Network Security Research Lab discovered a new botnet, dubbed EwDoor, that targets AT&T customers using EdgeMarc Enterprise Session Border Controller (ESBC) edge devices that are publicly exposed to the Internet. The attackers are targeting Edgewater Networks’ […]

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Critical Printing Shellz flaws impact 150 HP multifunction printer models

Researchers discovered a critical wormable buffer overflow vulnerability that affects 150 different HP multifunction printer models (MFPs). Cybersecurity researchers from F-Secure have discovered two critical vulnerabilities, collectively tracked as Printing Shellz, that impact approximately 150 multifunction printer models. The vulnerabilities can be exploited by attackers to take control of vulnerable devices and steal sensitive information, […]

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