ICS Attacks, The Real National Emergency

ICS Attacks, The Real National Emergency

News, via the astonishingly prolific security writer Dan Goodin, editing, and reporting at Ars Technica, tells the tale of oil and gas network attacks in the United States, by a group monikered ...
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C2 Hiding

Image Credit: Marc McGil Carrie Roberts, writing at the superlative Black Hills Information Security blog, presents, for your bits related pleasure, the hiding of C2 encapsulated by SSH. Today's Must Read ...
Image Credit:   BGP Stream  . Image is the graphical representation of the in-process   BGP redirection attack   emanating and under the control of the People’s Republic of China on 2018/12/28.

ARTEMIS: Targets BGP Hijacks

Image Credit: BGP Stream. Image is the graphical representation of the in-process BGP redirection attack emanating and under the control of the People’s Republic of China on 2018/12/28. via Jeff Stone writing ...
Action Taken to Curtail Portuguese Internetwork Firm Accused of Latest BGP Hijack

Action Taken to Curtail Portuguese Internetwork Firm Accused of Latest BGP Hijack

via Ronald F. Guilmette (writing on the NANOG Mailinmg List), in which, his evident disgust (shared I'm sure by the majority of network engineers reading the NANOG List), at BGP route hijacks ...
Diameter Protocol Found To Be Vulnerable - On Par With SS7 For Flaw Tally

Diameter Protocol Found To Be Vulnerable – On Par With SS7 For Flaw Tally

Whilst the flaws in Signaling System 7 (SS7) are the gift that keeps on giving, in this case, that gift has been inherited by the DIAMETER protocol, to the delight of miscreants ...
BGP Management SNAFU Culprit in Amazon Attack?

BGP Management SNAFU Culprit in Amazon Attack?

BGP Related Issues, Along With Malicious Redirection Predicated On Fraudulent Routes To Blame via Dan Goodin's typically superlative prose, at Ars Technica, in which, Dan details the issues, titled 'Suspicious Event Hijacks ...
The Forward Secrecy Chronicles, TLS 1.3 Hath Garnered Favor

The Forward Secrecy Chronicles, TLS 1.3 Hath Garnered Favor

Good news for mankind (and their AI mininions) traversing the web's winding corridors of nattering decreptitude and bubbling evil, Transport Layer Security 1.3 has won approval by the Gods of the IETF, ...
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IPv6, The DDoSing

Meanwhile in DDoS news... Reportage of IPv6 DDoSing via El Reg, (and well-written by Kieren McCarthy) detailing an IPv6-transported DDoS attack - a 1.35Tbps attack on GitHub - that should be baking ...
Example DGA Algorithm provided by Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_generation_algorithm

DGA, The Algorithm

Example DGA Algorithm provided by Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_generation_algorithm Hongliang Liu and Yuriy Yuzifovich, writing at the Security & Data Science Blog, a Nominum blog, provide a tour dé force analysis of the ...