Day: January 27, 2021

TeamTNT Cloaks Malware With Open-Source Tool

The detection-evasion tool, libprocesshider, hides TeamTNT’s malware from process-information programs. …read more Source:: Threatpost

Miami Uploads Bitcoin White Paper To Municipal Website

The city of Miami on Wednesday uploaded a copy of the Bitcoin white paper to its municipal website, joining a growing chorus of governments and companies now hosting bitcoin’s original blueprint. From a report: Mayor Francis Suarez emphasized his commitment to “turn Miami into a hub for crypto innovation” in his tweet announcing the upload….

Apple expanding device production outside of China, report says – CNET

The company is reportedly increasing device production in Malaysia, India, Southeast Asia and Vietnam. …read more Source:: CNet

Axiom reveals private crew paying $55 million each for a trip to ISS – CNET

An American entrepreneur and Canadian and Israeli investors will make up the first entirely private mission to the International Space Station. …read more Source:: CNet

The Open Infrastructure Foundation announces its first board

When the OpenStack Foundation shifted its focus from just OpenStack to a variety of open-source cloud technologies, it also changed its organization, and now, the Open Infrastructure Foundation has named its first board of directors. …read more Source:: ZDNet

GameStop, AMC Trading Now Being Restricted at TD Ameritrade, Schwab

Some major brokerage houses have begun to respond to a frenetic surge in the price of shares of companies that has been attributed to rabid buying by individual investors on social-media platforms. From a report: On Wednesday, TD Ameritrade said it was restricting trading for GameStop and AMC Entertainment Holdings, as well as other names,…

Remote Attackers Can Now Reach Protected Network Devices via NAT Slipstreaming

A new version of NAT slipstreaming allows cybercriminals an easy path to devices that aren’t connected to the internet. …read more Source:: Threatpost

When you need more ports on your laptop or tablet, do this

Tangled up in Thunderbolt, DisplayPort and so many USB flavors? How to connect all these accessories to your port-constrained computer? Docks and hubs to the rescue. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Knock, knock. Who’s there? NAT. Nat who? A NAT URL-borne killer

Last year’s slipstream technique revived to pierce vulnerable firewalls – browsers patched to thwart bypass attempts Video Ben Seri and Gregory Vishnepolsky, threat researchers at Armis, have found a way to expand upon the NAT Slipstream attack disclosed last year by Samy Kamkar, CSO of Openpath Security.… …read more Source:: Register

Stack Overflow 2019 hack was guided by advice from none other than… Stack Overflow

Vulnerabilities in build systems, secrets in source code: developer environments are an attack target Developer site Stack Overflow has published details of a breach dating back to May 2019, finding evidence that an intruder in its systems made extensive use of Stack Overflow itself to determine how to make the next move.… …read more Source::…