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In this blog, we will discuss the security pitfalls that developers might face when shifting to gRPC and implementing gRPC in their projects. Because secure gRPC APIs play a pivotal role in overall application security, we provide recommendations on how to protect gRPC implementations from threats and mitigate against risks.Read More
A series of ongoing business email compromise (BEC) campaigns that uses spear-phishing schemes on Office 365 accounts has been seen targeting business executives of over 1,000 companies across the world since March 2020. The recent campaigns target senior positions in the United States and Canada.
The fraudsters, whom we named “Water Nue,” primarily target accounts of financial executives to obtain credentials for further financial fraud. The phishing emails redirect users to fake Office 365 login pages. Once the credentials are obtained and accounts are successfully compromised, emails containing invoice documents with tampered banking information are sent to subordinates in an attempt to siphon money through fund transfer requests.Read More
We have recently detected variants of two existing Linux botnet malware types targeting exposed Docker servers; these are XORDDoS malware and Kaiji DDoS malware. While the XORDDoS attack infiltrated the Docker server to infect all the containers hosted on it, the Kaiji attack deploys its own container that will contain its DDoS malware.Read More
By David Fiser and Jaromir Horejsi (Threat Researchers) Recently, we wrote an article about more than 8,000 unsecured Redis instances found in the cloud. In this article, we expound on how these instances can be abused to perform remote code execution (RCE), as demonstrated by malware samples captured in the wild. These malicious files have…Read More