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Almost? Tales From Vault 7 - Part 1

Having already wrote my part 2 for the tales from vault 7 series a few weeks back I thought I was way ahead of this blogging malarkey, and understandably quite proud of myself… until Saturday (8/4/17).

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QRadar Use Case Series: Part 3: Data Exfiltration Attempt Through Online Storage

Welcome back to the third instalment of this IBM QRadar use case series. I am going to give ‘User Activity Monitoring’ a break for some time and focus this particular post on ‘File Activity Monitoring’. Although, not that dissimilar, we are identifying trends around directories and in particular files.

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"Swearing" Trojan Spreading Malware VIA Fake Base Stations

Security researchers have discovered a sophisticated cyber-attack in China. Where Chinese phishing agents are deploying fake base stations to spread malware in text messages that would otherwise be caught by the carriers.

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TROJAN.MIRAI.1

The first instance of Mirai botnet was discovered in mid-2016. It elevated quickly and dramatically a few months later, when it targeted a DDOS attack on an internet traffic company DYN which provided services to websites such Amazon, Spotify and Twitter to name a few.

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Zero Day Remote Code Execution Affects Older Windows OS

Older versions of windows can allow an adversary to execute remote code if a user either visits a specially crafted website or opens a rigged document.

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March's Patch Release

If you followed the Microsoft March patch Tuesday, you may have noticed a large number of patch releases. March’s patch line consisted of two months’ worth of patches after the issue which they occurred in February. This included a total of 18 bulletin updates, 9 critical patches and 9 important 9 patches. Overall 136 unique CVEs, 3 Zero day and 12 public disclosures were made.

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Everything You Need To Know About Shavlik 9.3

As Shavlik seems to be keeping up its quarterly updates, this time 9.3 here is everything you need to know about it so far! Shavlik has recently got acquired by Ivanti so the first big area of change is the name, it is now taken on the name of Ivanti Patch for Windows Servers although the name change it is still keeping the version structure.

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Data Obfuscation in QRadar

Obfuscation was introduced in release 7.2.6 as a means of encrypting payload data fields both on the database and within the GUI. The most obvious candidates for obfuscation are personal data or credit card numbers but any normalised field can be encrypted.

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Registering Data for Detection

In our last blog, we looked at the impending EU GDPR legislation and what that could mean for several organisations should the guidelines not be met. Using DLP solution Digital Guardian, you are one step closer to being EU GDPR compliant. Here we will be explaining how to register data with Digital Guardian Network Appliance.

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Tales from Vault7 - Part 1

The past week has seen a frenzied patching spree sweep across the cybersecurity vendors due to the release of ‘Vault 7’, putting aside the Orwellian similarities (irrespective of where you stand on the matter) the expose raises the critical concern – besides the impartiality of the Vulnerability Equities Process (VEP)1 - “how can we possibly hope to be secure whilst nation-states invest billions into hacking?“

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