Recently, one of our clients contacted about something rather strange: a “language” value in his newly Google Analytics setup that stated: “Secret.ɢoogle.com You are invited! Enter only with this ticket URL. Copy it. Vote for Trump!” Of course, we all know that browser headers/requests can be easily altered, but we still wonder why Google allows such values in it’s [non-bot]
Google Search suggestions show an increase interest and, maybe, demand in Mirai – the piece of software used to create botnets capable of [very large] DDoS attacks. Brace yourself for new strains and attacks. P.S. The part with “mirai botnet tutorial” is kind of funny. Kind of.
During August 2016, we came across several devices that were infected with a new malware that we couldn’t identify – for now. It resides in a read-write partition of some CCTV devices (most partitions on these devices are read-only), in a folder called .anime under the name .kami. It seems the attack used hard-coded telnet credentials and then downloaded the
Do you use one of there passwords? Bare in mind that, if a password is common, it’s simple to guess it and access your private or business data and files by unauthorized persons. Sport fans – beware!