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Frank Denis
New IoT DDoS botnet fully supports IPv6, while most security products don’t.
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Jaime Blasco Oct 27
Do you have a hash you can share?
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[+.. Shirtlords™ ••] Oct 28
inb4 "the ipv6 security holes are on purpose"
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Mitja Kolsek Oct 28
Do you mean that most security products just pass IPv6 traffic through?
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Chibi Kitten Oct 28
Unsurprising. Exploits tend to be ahead of antivirus companies too.
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Maxime Morin Oct 28
Don't forget to use utf8 to have better screenshot ;)
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Mathew Schwartz Oct 28
Cybercriminals have a business case, eh? Just curious: Which IoT malware is that?
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Sujay Sarma Oct 28
What use is that when most deployments don't use IPv6 ?
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Elmer Valdez Oct 28
Talk about widespread adaption.
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Le Corbeau Oct 28
it should if it is targeting IoT devices?
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Am Was Here Oct 28
also color scheme looks good. could provide link to it?
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Frank Denis Oct 28
It's the solarized color scheme
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Am Was Here Oct 28
cool, thanks
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Cyber Knight, CEH Oct 28
Just for clarification, is this Mirai you're talking about? Or a different botnet?
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Frank Denis Oct 28
It's a new one, closer to Kaiten. Let's call that new one Bersaglio.
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Cyber Knight, CEH Oct 28
Interesting. Thank you for the info!
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Cyber Knight, CEH Oct 28
Can't view the Tweet - account is protected and claims they are not active on Twitter anymore. Can you post a screenshot?
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WopotYaer Oct 28
sad facts: are far better coded than most
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Sebastian Oct 28
what software is that?
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