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Satan Ransomware Expands Portfolio of Exploits
on May 21, 2019 at 5:15 pm
A recently observed Satan ransomware variant has added exploits to its portfolio and is looking to compromise more machines by targeting additional vulnerabilities. Satan is targeting both Linux and Windows machines and attempts to propagate by exploiting a large number of vulnerabilities. The malware continues to exploit vulnerabilities previously targeted, including JBoss default configuration vulnerability (CVE-2010-0738), Tomcat arbitrary file upload vulnerability (CVE-2017-12615), WebLogic arbitrary file upload vulnerability (CVE-2018-2894), WebLogic WLS component vulnerability (CVE-2017-10271), Windows SMB remote code execution vulnerability (MS17-010), and Spring Data Commons remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2018-1273). The ransomware developers decided to remove Apache Struts 2 remote code execution vulnerabilities from the list of exploits, for unknown reasons. However, several web application remote code execution exploits were added to the list, and were implemented in both the Linux and Windows versions. […]
Millions of Golfers Land in Privacy Hazard After Cloud Misconfig
on May 21, 2019 at 4:45 pm
A database with millions of data points on games played plus sensitive information was left right in the middle of the internet fairway for all to see. Finding cloud databases with sensitive information left open to the internet has become par for the course these days – as a new exposure of millions of sensitive data points for the users of a golf app demonstrates. Millions of golfer records from the Game Golf app, including GPS details from courses played, usernames and passwords, and even Facebook login data, were all exposed for anyone with an internet browser to see — a veritable hole-in-one for a cyberattacker looking to build profiles for potential victims, to be used in follow-on social-engineering attacks. Further inspection showed that it belongs to Game Golf, which is a family of apps developed by San Francisco-based Game Your Game Inc. Game Golf comes as a free app, as a paid pro version with coaching tools and also bundled with a wearable. […]
AT&T Homepage Mistakenly Warns Users of a Non-Existent Data Breach
on May 21, 2019 at 4:00 pm
On late Monday, AT&T warned visitors on its website of a “data incident” with an ominous banner at the top of the company’s homepage, according to people who visited the page at the time. The banner linked to a confusing and incomplete FAQ, which also contained a link to a site where users could enter their number to check if they were affected. The page contained a lot of the usual boilerplate language companies use when a data breach happens, but it didn’t actually contain any details. Regardless, the boilerplate FAQ is an interesting peek behind the curtain at how companies prepare for data breaches, and at how they pre-plan their apologies: "We apologized to all who were affected, and we've taken appropriate steps to help prevent this from happening again," the page said. On one hand, AT&T deserves praise for having a placeholder data breach page ready to go in case of a data breach. On the other, it’s embarrassing that the test page and banner went live by mistake, alarming some users. […]
Phishing Kit 16Shop Targets Apple Users
on May 21, 2019 at 3:45 pm
“It's a true multi-level kit, running different stages for different brands, depending on the information the victim provides. While 16Shop is sold to criminals looking to collect sensitive information from a targeted subset of the Internet community, at least one pirated version circulating online houses a backdoor that siphons off the data harvested and delivers it to a Telegram channel – proving once more that there is no honor among thieves," wrote Akamai researcher Amiram Cohen. The phishing kit was allegedly developed by an Indonesian whom Cohen said “has the skill to be a legitimate security community member, as well as the skills to maintain a healthy career in development. However, some users of the phishing kit have been sharing their criminally obtained information without their knowledge through a backdoor that makes a copy of the victim's information and secrets it over to a bot waiting in a room on Telegram, according to Cohen. […]
Nearly 20% of top 1000 most popular Docker containers found using NULL password
on May 21, 2019 at 2:30 pm
Nearly 20% of the top 1000 most popular Docker containers were found using a NULL password. Researcher Jerry Gamblin found 194 Docker images for which root accounts were set up with blank passwords. This can expose users' systems to attacks under certain conditions. […]