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article / mar. 08, 2018

rTorrent Vulnerability Leveraged in Campaign Spoofing RIAA and NYU User-Agents?

The same rTorrent XML-RPC function configuration error that was targeted to mine Monero in February was also targeted in January in a campaign apparently spoofing user-agents for RIAA and NYU.

blog / feb. 15, 2018

Beware of Attackers Stealing Your Computing Power for their Cryptomining Operations

As the black-market price for stolen data declines, attackers turn to cryptojack

blog / feb. 08, 2018

The Email that Could Steal Your Life Savings and Leave You Homeless

Real estate scams are big business for attackers. Be on the lookout for this one, which can leave home buyers destitute if no

blog / ene. 31, 2018

86 Your Cyber Attackers! Avoid Data Breaches by Protecting Your Most Likely Attack Targets

Critical lessons can be learned from others’ mistakes. Don’t learn the hard way;

blog / ene. 25, 2018

Thingbots and Reapers and CryptoMiners—Oh, My! F5 Labs’ First Year in Review

F5 Labs covered a multitude of threats, vulnerabilities, botnets, attackers, and

article / ene. 15, 2018

Ramnit Goes on a Holiday Shopping Spree, Targeting Retailers and Banks

Ramnit’s latest twist includes targeting the most widely used web services during the holidays: online retailers, entertainme

blog / ene. 10, 2018

A Spectre of Meltdowns Could be in Store for 2018, Including Fileless Malware and More Costly Bots

Every week another bug, vulnerability, or exploit is released - we need a multi-

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