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The Curious Case of Silexbot

The Silexbot malware is compromising IoT devices and destroying their file systems and rebooting them, in an apparent attempt to stop botnet controllers from owning them.

Malware, Iot Security

CISA Warns Iranian Attackers Use Wiper Malware

The United States Department of Homeland Security warned that Iranian nation-state attackers could lob malware capable of wiping hard drives and physically destroying machines against U.S. targets as the two countries remain locked in a political game of one-upmanship.

Malware, Government

Linux Worm Hits Unpatched Exim Servers

It took only a few days for a Linux worm to start exploiting the vulnerability in the Exim mail transfer agent. Microsoft said some Azure customers have already been affected.

Linux, Malware, Microsoft

New Echobot Malware Adds Exploits, Targets Enterprise Apps

A newly discovered version of the Echobot malware, which is tied to the Mirai botnet, contains eight new exploits and targets enterprise applications as well as consumer devices.

Malware, Botnet

Attackers Are Signing Malware With Valid Certificates

There used to be a time when malware signed with a legitimate certificate was the mark of a sophisticated, nation-state-backed attacker. Now anyone can have signed malware.

Malware, Certificate Authority