Friday, March 9, 2018

Daily Threat Brief


🤖Ransomware experiment shows the dangers of hacking robots - hacked robot video - super cool

How to Reset a Mac Password Using Another Account

ISPs Caught Injecting Cryptocurrency Miners and Spyware In Some Countries


Credit Card Skimmer Found at State College Gas Station

Antivirus Giant McAfee Acquires VPN Provider TunnelBear


How artificial intelligence and machine learning will impact cybersecurity

The truth is, most IoT devices can be turned into botnets

Thursday, March 8, 2018

Daily Threat Brief


📢 Hard-Coded Password in Cisco Software Lets Attackers Take Over Linux Servers

Critical Java, SSH bugs in Cisco software can give an attacker root access

eSentire Threat Intelligence Advisory: Memcached-Based DDoS

CCleaner Incident Investigation Reveals Possible Stage 3 Payload


Applebee's data breach affects Topeka, Manhattan, & Emporia


Dragging and Placing Holograms With Unity

Hummm this would be cool for use in SecOps...anyone see Johnny Mnemonic?

Okta Identity cloud securely connects JetBlue to its customers

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Daily Threat Brief


"At issue was Tesla’s Kubernetes administrative console, which exposed access credentials to Tesla’s AWS environment. Those credentials provided unfettered access to Tesla's Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) buckets."

Tesla Falls to Crypto-Jackers

New Research: Crypto-mining Drives Almost 90% of All Remote Code Execution Attacks

Windows 10 null character flaw keeps malware hidden from security scanning tools

SWIFT Network Used in $2 Million Heist at Indian Bank$2-million-heist-at-indian-bank/d/d-id/1331092

Coldroot RAT cross-platform malware targets MacOS without being detected


Cypress and ESCRYPT Unveil End-to-end LoRaWAN-based Security Solution for Smart City and Industry 4.0 ... (edited)

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Daily Threat Brief

In The News Today:

Todays Thursday and the hacking continues...forget Ad-blockers on your computer time to start covering your license plates when you goto places you don't want your data mined from says and slack comes to Linux and POS RAM Scrapping malware owns Jason's all in your daily Threat Brief.


New botnet infects cryptocurrency mining computers, replaces wallet address


Jason's Deli data breach impacts up to 2 million customers

Google Awards Record $112,500 Bounty for Android Exploit Chain

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Daily Threat Brief

In The News Today:

Driving into the new year with some articles on nano technology in IoT and the use of SIM cards for authentication to require 2FA . IoT is heating up with innovation in securing this booming industry.


New High Sierra bug lets you change App Store preferences with any password


Hologram Offers IoT Multi-Factor Authentication

Akita raises $700,000 crowd-based funding on Kickstarter

Top ten mobile operators have 76 percent market share in cellular IoT

New report: The Internet of Things and blockchain tech are made for each other

Internet of Things Advances with New Breed of "Memristors"

Monday, January 8, 2018

Daily Threat Brief

In the News Today:

In the news today, Western digital has a terrible back door which has made many headlines along with McAfee A/V is now in D-link routers and IOT smart factories known as factory 2.0 become a money saver and real-time statistics for business owners.


Critical Unpatched Flaws Disclosed In Western Digital 'My Cloud' Storage Devices


McAfee Moves Beyond Traditional Antivirus to Protect Customers’ Identity, Connected Homes and Wi-Fi Connections

D-Link Wi-Fi Router Powered by McAfee Will Automatically Protect Connected Home Devices

GPEC positions Valley as leader in Internet of Things

*IOT smart Factory 2.0
MiOS Announces Partnership with DSP Group Offering a Cloud Solution for IoT Applications

Friday, January 5, 2018

Daily Threat Breif

In The News Today:


Apple Confirms 'Meltdown' and 'Spectre' Vulnerabilities Impact All Macs and iOS Devices, Some Fixes Already Released [Updated]

Zero-day vulnerabilities hijack full Dell EMC Data Protection Suite

LockPoS Malware Sneaks onto Kernel via new Injection Technique


Satori IoT botnet malware code given away for Christmas

Hot New Cryptocurrency Trend: Mining Malware That Could Fry Your Phone


Kohler’s new Alexa mirror isn’t even its weirdest IoT product

Reposcanner - Python Script To Scan Git Repos For Interesting Strings

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Daily Threat Brief

n the new today:

It’s a bad week for processors. The "Intel Chip problem" is not just an Intel problem but an entire chipmaker design problem that affects virtually all processors on the market. Meltdown and Spectre exploit critical vulnerabilities in modern processors. Android malware authors are getting past phone factor authentication with SMS interceptions and Androids Security Director moves to Nest.

Android Trojan Targets 200+ Global Financial Apps

Google Apps Script vulnerability could have opened the door for malware

DNS Performance Comparison: Google, Quad9, OpenDNS, Norton, CleanBrowsing, and Yandex

Android’s Security Director moves to Nest, replaced by Dave Kleidermacher

Guardzilla Named Home Security Camera Company of the Year by IoT Breakthrough

Daily Threat Brief

High: Ransomware experiment shows the dangers of hacking robots -  hacked robot video - super cool ...