Read some of the most interesting and useful infosec articles we came across during the last half of October 2018. We have included information on exploits of servers with Hadoop installations, a password-stealing program called Agent Tesla, and a fully functional botnet based on Bitcoin Protocol. Also, learn about the decryption tool that helps GandCrab ransomware victims get their data back for free and about critical vulnerabilities discovered in various NAS Devices.
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2 Million Network Storage Devices From WD, SeaGate, NetGear Affected by Unpatched Zero-Day Vulnerabilities
Critical vulnerabilities discovered in various NAS Devices such as WD My Book, NetGear Stora, Seagate Home, Medion LifeCloud NAS allows attackers to exploit it remotely without any user interaction. Read more.
Who Is Agent Tesla?
A powerful, easy-to-use password stealing program known as Agent Tesla has been infecting computers since 2014, but recently this malware strain has seen a surge in popularity. Read more.
GandCrab Ransomware decryption tool
Earlier this year in February, Bitdefender released the world’s first decryption tool to help GandCrab ransomware victims get their data back for free. But since then, victims of subsequent versions of GandCrab and its ‘ransomware-as-a-service’ affiliate approach have been reaching out to us for help. Read more.
Experts presented BOTCHAIN, the first fully functional Botnet built upon the Bitcoin Protocol
Source: Security Affairs
Security experts Antonio Pirozzi and Pierluigi Paganini presented BOTCHAIN, the first fully functional Botnet built upon the Bitcoin Protocol. Read more.