How to Hack Windows XP

How to Hack Windows XP – Windows XP is an old operating system. In fact, Microsoft stopped issuing updates for this OS. However, many people are still using XP on their computers. Because this OS won’t get any future updates, its existing vulnerabilities will be forever available to hackers and penetration testers. This section will teach you how to attack Windows XP using the Metasploit framework. The author assumes that you are using Kali Linux and that you have a virtual machine that runs Windows XP. Virtual machines allow you…

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Hackers have infiltrated many of Washington state’s agencies

Hackers have launched a sprawling, multifaceted cyber-attack against the state of Washington, according to two people familiar with the matter. The attack infested many of the state’s agencies with sophisticated malware, including one type known as Trickbot, according to the two people, who requested anonymity because they aren’t authorized to talk to the media. The attack has already lasted more than a week, but it has yet to significantly affect state operations even while exposing flaws in the state’s security apparatus, the people said. The cyber-attack didn’t impact the state’s…

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Bitcoin price unfazed after $150M hack of major exchange KuCoin

In an official statement, KuCoin Global CEO Johnny Lyu confirmed a major hacking attack on Sep. 26. The breach affected the firm’s Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), and ERC20 hot wallets, after private keys were leaked. Reports estimate the breach to have affected $150 million in user funds. Following the security breach, the price of Bitcoin barely moved, however. Other major cryptocurrencies, including Ether and decentralized finance (DeFi) tokens also remain relatively unfazed by the hack. A cryptocurrency exchange security breach historically led to market-wide sell-offs due to the fear of…

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How To Hack Whatsapp Account 2020 (New)

How To Hack Whatsapp Account 2020 (New) – Nowdays Whatsapp Is The Most Popular App In Messaging. It is very convenient in sending and receiving messages to staying in touch with people all around the world. Yes, You Can Hack Whatsapp Account. There are many application in market to Hack Or Spy on Whatsapp Account. All People Ask Google For How to Hack Whatsapp, How To Hack Gf Whatsapp Account, How To Hack Friends Whatsapp Account and Many More. So Here Is Solution Of All Your Question. In This Blog…

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Fortinet VPN with Default Settings Leave 200,000 Businesses Open to Hackers

As the pandemic continues to accelerate the shift towards working from home, a slew of digital threats have capitalized on the health concern to exploit weaknesses in the remote work infrastructure and carry out malicious attacks. Now according to network security platform provider SAM Seamless Network, over 200,000 businesses that have deployed the Fortigate VPN solution—with default configuration—to enable employees to connect remotely are vulnerable to man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks, allowing attackers to present a valid SSL certificate and fraudulently take over a connection. “We quickly found that under default configuration the SSL…

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A New Hacking Group Hitting Russian Companies With Ransomware

As ransomware attacks against critical infrastructure continue to spike in recent months, cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a new entrant that has been actively trying to conduct multistage attacks on large corporate networks of medical labs, banks, manufacturers, and software developers in Russia. The ransomware gang, codenamed “OldGremlin” and believed to be a Russian-speaking threat actor, has been linked to a series of campaigns at least since March, including a successful attack against a clinical diagnostics laboratory that occurred last month on August 11. “The group has targeted only Russian companies so…

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Detecting and Preventing Critical ZeroLogon Windows Server Vulnerability

If you’re administrating Windows Server, make sure it’s up to date with all recent patches issued by Microsoft, especially the one that fixes a recently patched critical vulnerability that could allow unauthenticated attackers to compromise the domain controller. Dubbed ‘Zerologon’ (CVE-2020-1472) and discovered by Tom Tervoort of Secura, the privilege escalation vulnerability exists due to the insecure usage of AES-CFB8 encryption for Netlogon sessions, allowing remote attackers to establish a connection to the targeted domain controller over Netlogon Remote Protocol (MS-NRPC). “The attack utilizes flaws in an authentication protocol that validates…

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Unsecured Microsoft Bing Server Exposed Users’ Search Queries and Location

A back-end server associated with Microsoft Bing exposed sensitive data of the search engine’s mobile application users, including search queries, device details, and GPS coordinates, among others. The logging database, however, doesn’t include any personal details such as names or addresses. The data leak, discovered by Ata Hakcil of WizCase on September 12, is a massive 6.5TB cache of log files that was left for anyone to access without any password, potentially allowing cybercriminals to leverage the information for carrying out extortion and phishing scams. According to WizCase, the Elastic server is…

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What’s in Vogue? Experts Point to Ransomware Attacks

The financial impact of ransomware attacks is huge. Since the coronavirus pandemic set in full force, threat actors have been launching brutal ransomware attacks on businesses worldwide.  Some statistics your way Over the first six months of the year, ransomware attacks were at the root of 41% of cyber insurance claims filed, according to a report by Coalition. According to the 2020 Verizon Business Data Breach Investigations Report, among all the malware incidents, ransomware attacks accounted for 27%. Meanwhile, the average cost of a ransomware attack is over $84,000, according to Coveware.…

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U.S. Treasury Sanctions Hacking Group Backed by Iranian Intelligence

The U.S. government on Thursday imposed sweeping sanctions against an Iranian threat actor backed by the country’s Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) for carrying out malware campaigns targeting Iranian dissidents, journalists, and international companies in the telecom and travel sectors. According to the U.S. Treasury and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the sanctions target Rana Intelligence Computing Company (or Rana), which the agencies said operated as a front for the threat group APT39 (aka Chafer or Remix Kitten), Iranian cyber espionage hacking collective active since 2014 known for its attacks on companies…

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