Category: Cyberwar

2020-04-01 Russian IT Security Updates
02.04.2020

SecurityLab, [26.03.20 08:10] The largest free hosting provider on the darknet, Daniel’s Hosting, was hacked for the second time in 16 months, and stopped working on Wednesday, March 25. Unknown attackers deleted the entire database of the hosting provider, as […]

2020-03-25 Russian Security Updates
25.03.2020

SecurityLab, [24.03.20 08: 05] Cybercriminals hack Windows PCs through a previously unknown vulnerability in the Adobe Type Manager library (atmfd.dll) used by the operating system to process PostScript type 1 fonts. Microsoft described attacks exploiting this vulnerability as “targeted” and […]

Top 10 Virus Trojans Malware of 2019
21.03.2020

No. 1 Emotet — 36 026 samples Trojan was first discovered 2014 and was used to intercept data transferred via a secure connection. We will remind, in September of this year Emotet came back to life after 4 months of […]

games and AI all need GPUs – first Open Source RISCV GPU – userbenchmark “internet connectivity failed” – GPU Benchmark – Tensor Flow GPU and Artificial Intelligence Deep Learning and OpenAI
30.12.2019

apologize! games = windows, still ? (although there are 6000 steam games running on linux) the very first “Open Source GPU” is in the making: https://www.crowdsupply.com/libre-risc-v/m-class “The Libre RISC-V M-Class is a RISC-V chip that is libre-licensed to the bedrock. […]

Russian IT Security Updates Dec22
23.12.2019

SecurityLab, [25.11.19 15:44] The Creator of the world wide web Tim Berners-Lee (Tim Berners-Lee) presented an action plan to protect the network from political manipulation, fake news, privacy violations and other harmful influences. Tim Berners-Lee: “control of information is hugely […]

Russian IT Security Updates Dec3
03.12.2019

SecurityLab, [22.11.19 08:23] French company Edenred reported a cyberattack using malware that affected an unknown number of computer systems. The company has launched an investigation to determine the extent of the contamination. Payment solution provider Edenred has been the victim […]

Russian IT Security Updates Nov2
21.11.2019

new Russian IT Security updates: thanks to https://www.securitylab.ru/ and https://translate.yandex.com/   SecurityLab, [06.11.19 16:12] The Libarchive compression library, which is included by default in Debian, Ubuntu, Gentoo, Arch Linux, FreeBSD, and NetBSD distributions, contains a vulnerability that allows an attacker […]

Robot Russia FEDOR shoots guns
11.11.2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRt2VYjAy4c 2013: just in case if anyone was asking if the DARPA Robot challenge was for helping mankind in space… well… that and other things. 2017: the Russians have their robot challenge as well, further fueling the arms race (spending […]

07.11.2019

SecurityLab, [01.11.19 15:21] Google has released fixes for two vulnerabilities in Chrome, including a zero-day vulnerability exploited in real-world attacks. The issues are fixed in browser version 78.0.3904.87 for Windows, Mac and Linux, and users are strongly advised to install […]

24.07.2019

“Linux desktop remains an unpopular choice among mainstream desktop users, making up a little more than 2% of the desktop operating system market share. This is in contrast to the web server market share, which consists of 70% of Linux-based operating systems. […]

24.07.2019

Capitalism inspires the short sighted incentives. But trust and honesty is key in long term relationships. So for a short period of time – some dishonest people might enjoy the benefits – but in the end – it comes home […]

ntpd – when fundamentals fail
06.07.2019

servers/clients/computers/programs/services/webservers need accurate time… they usually get it from time servers that have an atomic clock attached to their USB port. (just guessing) ping time.google.com PING time.google.com (216.239.35.4) 56(84) bytes of data. 64 bytes from time2.google.com (216.239.35.4): icmp_seq=1 ttl=46 time=43.5 […]

can you trust PDF attachments/files in 2019?
06.07.2019

Pwn2Own 2020: opening a pdf can be enough to compromise system! https://youtu.be/u1udr7j9MQA?t=359 thank you ccc you are doing a lovely work – make this planet more interesting by creativity and more informed about security 🙂 keep it up 🙂 https://cdn.media.ccc.de/events/gpn/gpn19/h264-hd/gpn19-45-eng-BADPDF_-_Stealing_Windows_Credentials_via_PDF_Files_hd.mp4 […]