Here are this week’s highlights in cybersecurity:
- Unpatched bug in popular DNS C library called uClibc puts IoT devices at risk. Root cause is DNS transaction ID is predictable so an attacker can poison DNS replies. More
- Executing malware using file-less techniques in read-only containers. More
- Exploit Development: exploiting Dynamic Linking Procedure in x64 ELF Binaries. More
- Chinese actors targeting Asian telecom providers make use of DLL side-loading in popular Antivirus software to load malware. More
- A vulnerability set dubbed TLStorm 2.0 (following version 1 disclosed in March) exposes network switches from Avaya and Aruba to remote code execution. More
- Several threat actors have moved from BazaLoader to Bumblebee to deploy their malware. More
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