Povlsomware PoC Ransomware Features Cobalt Strike Compatibility

Povlsomware (Ransom.MSIL.POVLSOM.THBAOBA) is a proof-of-concept (POC) ransomware first released in November 2020 which, according to their Github page, is used to “securely” test the ransomware protection capabilities of security vendor products. Povlsomware has not garnered much attention at the moment, Read More …

Copycat researchers imitate supply chain attack that hit tech giants

This week, over 150 new packages have been published to the npm open-source repository named after private components being internally used by major companies. These npm packages are identical to the proof-of-concept packages created by Alex Birsan, the researcher who Read More …

Robot Vacuums Suck Up Sensitive Audio in ‘LidarPhone’ Hack

Researchers have uncovered a new attack that lets bad actors snoop in on homeowners’ private conversations – through their robot vacuums. The vacuums, which utilize smart sensors in order to autonomously operate, have gained traction over the past few years. Read More …

Windows Exploit Released For Microsoft ‘Zerologon’ Flaw

Proof-of-concept (PoC) exploit code has been released for a Windows flaw, which could allow attackers to infiltrate enterprises by gaining administrative privileges, giving them access to companies’ Active Directory domain controllers (DCs). The vulnerability, dubbed “Zerologon,” is a privilege-escalation glitch Read More …