UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is warning of an ongoing DNS hijacking campaign.
Samba has released fixes for two security vulnerabilities that impact Samba products. A remote attacker could take advantage of these bugs and exploit unpatched systems.
The Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) has released security updates to fix vulnerabilities in versions of ISC Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND).
Threat actors behind a cyber attack campaign DNSpionage have been changing their tactics by delivering a new malware dubbed “Karkoff” in an effort to avoid detection.
Cisco released security updates to patch critical vulnerabilities in multiple Cisco IOS products as well as high severity bugs in Cisco Wireless LAN, IOS, and other products. Two advisories have been updated with known public vulnerability exploits as recently evealed in Sea Turtle DNS hijacking campaign.
Security experts warn of a new cyber threat campaign dubbed “Sea Turtle” that targets public and private organizations in the Middle East and North Africa. The ongoing operation likely lasted from January 2017 through the first quarter of this year.
Security researchers from FireEye have identified a wave of DNS hijacking attacks on domains owned by government, telecom and internet infrastructure organizations around the globe. The analysis suggests the bad actors behind the cyber attacks are of Iranian origin or sponsorship.
Google announced a major security enhancement to its public Domain Name Service (DNS), the most widely used public DNS recursive resolver service used on the internet.
Cisco’s Talos security group has discovered a new cyber campaign dubbed “DNSpionage” that targets organizations in the Middle East. The cyber…
Last week, a worm was used to spread via removable drives and install a fileless version of the BLADABINDIbackdoor. BLADABINDI is notable…