Many researchers believe that this new Trojan could detonate an important wave of cyberattacks Network security and ethical hacking researchers from the International Institute of Cyber Security reported the emergence
The company has been asked for information about its security software produced in China According to ethical hacking specialists from the International Institute of Cyber Security, in past days Google began to
Recently we saw an attempt to hide a back door in a code library, and today there is a new case. This time, information security experts found the backdoor in a Python
Python based backdoor that uses Gmail to exfiltrate data as an e-mail attachment. This RAT will help someone during red team engagements to backdoor any Windows machines. It tracks the
“Chaos” gives attackers, and follow-on attackers, full control over infected boxes. A stealthy backdoor undetected by antimalware providers is giving unknown attackers complete control over at least 100 Linux servers that
ESET researchers have found that Turla, the notorious state-sponsored cyberespionage group, has added a fresh weapon to its arsenal that is being used in new campaigns targeting embassies and consulates
OnePlus says it’s “looking into” the report. A Twitter user by the name “Elliot Alderson” has discovered a root backdoor in OnePlus devices—one that has apparently been shipping for years.
Security experts have discovered a new hacking tool dubbed NEW IPCAM EXPLOIT containing a backdoor that is offered on several underground hacking forums. Wannabe hackers, be careful out of free hacking
For the past two and a half months, a WordPress plugin named Display Widgets has been used to install a backdoor on WordPress sites across the Internet. The backdoor code
Security researchers have found five gaping holes in the firmware running on Arris modems, three of which are hardcoded backdoor accounts. An attacker could use any of these three accounts
Security researchers at ESET have released new research today into the activities of the notorious Turla cyberespionage group, and specifically a previously undocumented backdoor that has been used to spy on consulates
LAS VEGAS—The FruitFly backdoor became a known entity in January, but it’s a good bet that for years it had been in the wild, undetected by analysts and security software.