Russia’s Yandex suffers biggest cyberattack yet

Russian Internet corporation Yandex revealed on Tuesday that the company’s servers experienced the biggest known denial-of-service (DDoS) attack in Russia’s online space last weekend. Cloudflare, an American web infrastructure firm and a partner of Yandex confirmed the record large scale Read More …

Bluetooth Bugs Open Billions of Devices to DoS, Code Execution

Researchers have disclosed a group of 16 different vulnerabilities collectively dubbed BrakTooth, which impact billions of devices that rely on Bluetooth Classic (BT) for communication. According to an academic paper from the University of Singapore, the bugs are found in Read More …

New Mirai Variant Targets WebSVN Command Injection Vulnerability (CVE-2021-32305)

Unit 42 researchers have observed exploits in the wild for a recently disclosed command injection vulnerability affecting WebSVN, an open-source web application for browsing source code. The critical command injection vulnerability was discovered and patched in May 2021. A proof Read More …

Cloudflare says it stopped the largest DDoS attack ever reported

Cloudflare said it’s system managed to stop the largest reported DDoS attack in July, explaining in a blog post that the attack was 17.2 million requests-per-second, three times larger than any previous one they recorded. Cloudflare’s Omer Yoachimik explained in Read More …

TeamTNT Campaigns Emphasize Importance of Addressing Cloud Security Gaps

Having covered TeamTNT in several of our blog entries over the past couple of years, we embarked on a research that encompasses the malicious actor group’s campaigns, tools, and techniques in 2020 and early 2021. Although believed to have been Read More …

DDoS attack registered on Russian Defense Ministry website

The official website of the Russian Defense Ministry is down due to a DDoS attack, a source in the law enforcement informed TASS on Friday. “Specialists from the defense ministry are repelling a DDoS attack on the official website of Read More …