by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 19.02.2021
The latest projections show that the deployment of Internet of Things (IoT) devices didn’t slow down in 2020 as smart home adoption spreads, and is expected to maintain healthy year-on-year growth, according to a Berg Insight report. Smart homes are already here, but not always as one unified solution. Sometimes, smart homes are made of ...
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by Silviu STAHIE, from IoT Security Insights , on 16.02.2021
The United States is preparing for a boom in the adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Representatives in Congress have pushed for bipartisan legislation that would enable the country to make room for the continued growth of IoT devices and devices that use 5G networks. IoT is one of the market's few sure bets, ...
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by Graham CLULEY, from IoT Security Insights , on 15.02.2021
* System widely used by nurseries to allow parents to watch their children playing. * Claims made that NurseryCam was first informed of issues six years ago, but they still remain. Security consultant Andrew Tierney, perhaps better known by the moniker and#8220;Cybergibbonsand#8221;, has found disturbing security holes in a widely-used CCTV service designed to let parents ...
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by Bogdan BOTEZATU, from Bitdefender Labs , on 04.02.2021
A decryptor for Fonix Ransowmare is now available for download. Also known as FonixCrypter or Xinof, this family of malware was initially spotted in June 2020 and went out of business in late January this year. The news, broken by one of the project’s administrators, also includes master keys and a bare-bones decryptor that can […] read more
by Bitdefender Team, from Bitdefender Labs , on 27.01.2021
Also, CVE-2020-8101 – Command execution due to unsanitized input Do-it-yourself home security solutions are centerpieces of the modern lifestyle. From sensors to surveillance and anything in between, these solutions have our back while we’re at home and, even more importantly,while we’re away. Easily accessible from any part of the world, these live feeds offer peace […] read more
by Janos Gergo SZELES, from Bitdefender Labs , on 12.01.2021
In the late summer of 2020, the Bitdefender Active Threat Control team noticed a surge of Remcos malware, with most of the attacks taking place in Colombia. While the malware family has been known for quite a while to cyber-criminals and malware researchers alike, this new campaign captured our attention as it arrived on the […] read more
by Bitdefender Team, from Bitdefender Labs , on 11.01.2021
We’re happy to announce the availability of a decryptor for Darkside. This family of ransomware has emerged in August 2020 and operates operate under a ransomware-as-a-service business model. How to use this tool Step 1: Download the decryption tool below and save it on your computer. Step 2: Double-click the file (previously saved as BDDarkSideDecryptor.exe) and […] read more
by Bogdan BOTEZATU, from Bitdefender Labs , on 14.12.2020
Smart lighting and automation have opened up tremendous opportunities in residential architecture and design. Whether in plain sight or hidden under drywall, these convenient and relatively inexpensive intelligent outlets and switches can act as a entry points for bad actors or can be hijacked for fun and profit. This is the case with a vulnerability […] read more
by Liviu ARSENE, from Bitdefender Labs , on 23.11.2020
TrickBot still crawls despite law enforcement kneecapping operation. It’s operators are scrambling to restore the botnet back to its former glory, Bitdefender researchers have found. An analysis of samples reveals updated communication mechanisms, new C2 infrastructure that uses Mikrotik routers, and packed modules TrickBot has arguably been one of the most popular Trojans for the […] read more
by Victor Vrabie, from Bitdefender Labs , on 16.11.2020
Bitdefender researchers have recently investigated a complex and targeted espionage attack on potential government sector victims in South East Asia, carried out by a sophisticated Chinese APT group. The operation dates back to late 2018, with current forensic evidence following the attack timeline up to 2020. This research focuses on dissecting an APT attack and […] read more