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  • Water Utility in Europe Hit by Cryptocurrency Malware Mining Attack

    At this point, Radiflow's investigation indicates that the cryptocurrency mining malware was likely downloaded from a malicious advertising site. As such, the theory that Kfir has is that an operator at the water utility was able to open a web browser and clicked on an advertising link that led the mining code being installed on the system. The actual system that first got infected is what is known as a Human Machine Interface (HMI) to the SCADA network and it was running the Microsoft Windows [...]

  • In a first, cryptocurrency miner found on SCADA network

    Windows malware that mines for cryptocurrencies has, for the first time, been found in the network of an industrial control system at an operational treatment plant for a water utility, Radiflow, a security provider for critical infrastructure, says.

  • Tech site seeks probe into London cops' malware purchase

    The tech website Motherboard has asked London's Metropolitan Police Service and an independent government organisation to institute a probe into why an MPS officer bought malware that can intercept messages on Facebook, steal passwords and operate a smartphone camera remotely.

  • Motherboard Files Legal Complaint Against Metropolitan Police for Malware Purchase

    London police have refused to explain why an officer bought powerful spyware that was marketed for spying on a user's spouse.

  • That mega-vulnerability Cisco dropped is now under exploit

    When Cisco officials disclosed the bug last week in a range of Adaptive Security Appliance products, they said they had no evidence anyone was actively exploiting it. Earlier this week, the officials updated their advisory to indicate that was no longer the case.

  • libreoffice-remote-arbitrary-file-disclosure

    LibreOffice through 6.0.1 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files via =WEBSERVICE calls in a document, which use the COM.MICROSOFT.WEBSERVICE function.

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