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Catalin Cimpanu
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Catalin Cimpanu 43m
WPML publishes a post-mortem of its recent hack
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Irongeek ͣ ͩ ͨ ͣ ͩ ͨ ͣ ͩ ͨ ͣ ͩ ͨ ͣ ͩ ͨ ͣ ͩ ͨ 1h
Reading some of your comments
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Kevin Beaumont 🐢 4h
Imagine having that job.
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Replying to @bad_packets
The video misses a few instances where he also calls out the timeouts before they're called
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0patch 11h
We have just issued a micropatch for SandboxEscaper's 0day. The vulnerability allows a local attacker to read arbitrary file on the system by exploiting Windows Installer's "advertisement" procedure. As always, the micropatch gets applied automatically - no reboot.
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The Sun living up to its clickbait reputation (งツ)ว
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Catalin Cimpanu 3h
Replying to @thevpncompany
:D Every time I copy something from a LinkedIn textbox two letters get attached in front of my text. It's usually "ht" ... this time I'm also suprised because it was "We" for some reason
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Catalin Cimpanu 4h
Replying to @GelosSnake
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Catalin Cimpanu 5h
Replying to @campuscodi
Most of the funds were mined and withdrawn via crypto-pool[.]fr. Nearly $47 million of the estimated $57 million.
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Catalin Cimpanu 5h
Replying to @campuscodi
Academics say malware authors might have cashed out at least $57 million worth of Monero over the course of the last four years. One particular group made $18 million.
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Catalin Cimpanu 5h
Over 4 percent of all Monero was mined by malware botnets
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Slashdot Jan 18
Firmware Vulnerability In Popular Wi-Fi Chipset Affects Laptops, Smartphones, Routers, Gaming Devices
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Catalin Cimpanu 5h
Replying to @GossiTheDog
No
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Dissent Doe, PhD 14h
I'll catch up with news reading and updating later, but I'm kinda enjoying the fact that the latest round of attempted extortion emails are arriving with an option to "unsubscribe." I can unsubscribe from "anonymous Liane's" extortion attempt mail list? Cool!
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Martina Lindorfer 9h
On popular request, we released the source code for our app: . This is the GUI for easy execution of the native binary to test your Android device for bit flips.
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The Best Linux Blog In the Unixverse 8h
This is sad. VLC project does not deserve this kind of attacks. VLC creator(s) turned down millions of dollars and kept project open source and open to all. Attacking them doesn't help anyone especially death threats. Keep discussion civil.
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Catalin Cimpanu 10h
Replying to @campuscodi
We notified the portals on Friday, and Justin notified OVH, the server's cloud provider host. Server has been taken down earlier today. Unclear if by OVH or by the company.
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Catalin Cimpanu 10h
Replying to @campuscodi
For example: Real names, home addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, birth dates, site usernames, account balances, IP addresses, browser and OS details, last login information, and a list of played games. Credit card details were in there, but they were partially redacted.
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Catalin Cimpanu 10h
Replying to @campuscodi
The same is valid for user details. Much more than what was in this small screenshot.
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