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          Ramnit is back and contributes in creating a massive proxy botnet, tracked as ‘Black’ botnet      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Security researchers at Checkpoint security have spotted a massive proxy botnet, tracked as ‘Black’ botnet, created by Ramnit operators. Security researchers at Checkpoint security have spotted a massive proxy botnet, tracked as ‘Black’ botnet, that could be the sign of a wider ongoing operation involving the Ramnit operators. Ramnit is one of the most popular […]

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Botnetze aus intelligenten Rasensprengern bedrohten städtische Wasserversorgung.

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          This Crypto Scam Botnet Consists of Over 15,000 Separate Bots      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This Crypto Scam Botnet Consists of Over 15,000 Separate Bots

Researchers at Duo Labs have discovered that Twitter is home to at least 15,000 scam bots and have published their findings in a new report.

Between May and July of 2018, staff members observed, collected and analyzed nearly 90 million public Twitter accounts that had released over 500 million tweets. In addition, researchers also examined elements of each account including profile screen names, number of followers, avatars and descriptions to gather one of the largest accumulations of Twitter data ever studied.

Among the report’s most interesting finds was a sophisticated “cryptocurrency scam botnet,” which consists of at least 15,000 separate bots. The botnet ultimately siphons money from individual users by posing as cryptocurrency exchanges, news organizations, verified accounts and even celebrities. Accounts in the botnet are programmed to deploy malicious behaviors to evade detection and look like real profiles.

Researchers were also able to map the botnet’s three-tiered structure, which consists of “hub” accounts that are followed by many bots, scam publishing bots, and amplification bots that specifically like tweets to increase their popularity and appear legitimate.

Olabode Anise, a data scientist and co-author of the report, explained, “Users are likely to trust a tweet depending on how many times it’s been retweeted or liked. Those behind this particular botnet know this and have designed it to exploit this very tendency.”

To discover the scam bots, researchers utilized subsets of varying machine-learning algorithms and built features that could train them to locate the bot accounts. Among the five considered algorithms were AdaBoost, Logistic Regression, Random Forest, Naive Bayes and Decision Trees. It was discovered that Random Forest outperformed the other algorithms during the initial testing phases. From there, three individual models of the algorithm were trained to deal with both social and crypto spam bots.

Researchers discovered that bot accounts follow certain behaviors, which, once identified, made them easier to recognize. For example, bot accounts often tweet in short bursts, causing the average times between messages to remain low, while actual Twitter users often wait longer periods between their tweets.

Some methods for evading discovery, however, are more sophisticated. Bots often use unicode characters in tweets rather than traditional ASCII characters. They also use screen names that are typos of spoofed accounts’ screen names, and add white spaces between words and punctuation marks. Profile pictures are also edited to prevent image detection. Finally, many bots appear to follow the same accounts.

Twitter has suspended cryptocurrency spam bots in the past and usually identifies fake accounts quickly. Nevertheless, executives appear to have missed several portions of the latest scam project.

A Twitter spokesperson claimed, “Spam and certain forms of automation are against Twitter’s rules. In many cases, spammy content is hidden on Twitter on the basis of automated detections. When spammy content is hidden on Twitter from areas like search and conversations, that may not affect its availability via the API. This means certain types of spam may be visible via Twitter’s API even if it is not visible on Twitter itself. Less than 5% of Twitter accounts are spam-related.”


This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.


          Εκτυπωτές, eSport και κρυπτονομίσματα στο στόχαστρο των επιθέσεων DDoS       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Η Kaspersky Lab δημοσίευσε την έκθεσή της για τις υποβοηθούμενες από botnet επιθέσεις για το δεύτερο τρίμηνο του 2018. Τους τελευταίους τρεις μήνες, οι ειδικοί της εταιρείας έχουν παρατηρήσει ότι οι ψηφιακοί εγκληματίες ανακαλούν παλαιότερα τρωτά σημεία, χρησιμοποιούν κάμερες και εκτυπωτές για επιθέσεις DDoS, επεκτείνουν τη λίστα τους με θύματα και δημιουργούν έσοδα από τις προσπάθειές τους μέσω κρυπτονομισμάτων.
Το δεύτερο τρίμηνο του 2018, τα DDoS botnet επιτέθηκαν σε online πόρους σε 74 χώρες. Για πρώτη φορά στην ιστορία των αναφορών DDoS Intelligence, το Χονγκ Κονγκ βρέθηκε μεταξύ των τριών χωρών που δέχτηκαν τις περισσότερες επιθέσεις καταλαμβάνοντας τη δεύτερη θέση: το μερίδιό του πενταπλασιάστηκε και αντιστοιχεί στο 17% του συνόλου των υποβοηθούμενων από botnet επιθέσεων DDoS. Η Κίνα και οι ΗΠΑ παρέμειναν στην πρώτη και τρίτη θέση αντίστοιχα, ενώ η Νότια Κορέα βρίσκεται στην τέταρτη θέση. Οι πόροι που δέχτηκαν τις περισσότερες επιθέσεις στο Χονγκ Κονγκ φιλοξενούν υπηρεσίες και πλατφόρμες cloud computing. Είναι ενδιαφέρον ότι το δεύτερο τρίμηνο είδε το Χονγκ Κονγκ να αντικαθίσταται από το Βιετνάμ στις κορυφαίες δέκα χώρες που φιλοξενούν τους πιο ενεργούς C & C servers. Οι ΗΠΑ, εν τω μεταξύ, ήταν ο ηγέτης αυτής της βαθμολογίας, αντιπροσωπεύοντας σχεδόν το ήμισυ (45%) των ενεργών botnet C & C servers κατά την περίοδο αναφοράς.
Η δραστηριότητα των Windows-based DDoS μειώθηκε κατά σχεδόν επτά φορές, ενώ η δραστηριότητα των Linux-based botnet αυξήθηκε κατά 25%. Αυτό είχε ως αποτέλεσμα τα Linux bots να αντιπροσωπεύουν το 95% του συνόλου των επιθέσεων DDoS στο τρίμηνο, γεγονός που προκάλεσε επίσης απότομη αύξηση του μεριδίου των SYN flood επιθέσεων - από 57% σε 80%.
Κατά την περίοδο αναφοράς, οι ψηφιακοί εγκληματίες άρχισαν να χρησιμοποιούν μερικά πολύ παλιά τρωτά σημεία στις επιθέσεις τους. Για παράδειγμα, οι ειδικοί ανέφεραν ότι οι επιθέσεις DDoS περιλαμβάνουν ευπάθεια στο πρωτόκολλο Universal Plug-and-Play που είναι γνωστό από το 2001, ενώ η ομάδα Kaspersky DDoS Protection παρατήρησε μια οργανωμένη επίθεση χρησιμοποιώντας ευπάθεια στο πρωτόκολλο CHARGEN που έχει περιγραφεί ήδη από το 1983. Ανεξάρτητα από τη μεγάλη διάρκεια υπηρεσίας και το περιορισμένο πεδίο εφαρμογής του πρωτοκόλλου, πολλοί ανοικτοί CHARGEN servers μπορούν να βρεθούν στο διαδίκτυο. Πρόκειται κυρίως για εκτυπωτές και φωτοαντιγραφικά μηχανήματα.
Ωστόσο, η τελειοποίηση των παλαιών τεχνικών δεν εμπόδισε τους ψηφιακούς εγκληματίες να δημιουργήσουν νέα botnets. Για παράδειγμα, στην Ιαπωνία χρησιμοποιήθηκαν 50.000 κάμερες παρακολούθησης για την πραγματοποίηση επιθέσεων DDoS. Μία από τις πιο δημοφιλείς μεθόδους για τη δημιουργία εσόδων από επιθέσεις DDoS παραμένει η στόχευση κρυπτονομισμάτων και συναλλαγματικών ισοτιμιών. Μια τυπική περίπτωση είναι αυτή του κρυπτονομίσματος Verge, κατά την οποία οι χάκερ επιτέθηκαν σε μερικές «δεξαμενές εξόρυξης» κλέβοντας 35 εκατομμύρια XVGs.
Οι πλατφόρμες παιχνιδιών εξακολουθούν να είναι στόχος επιθέσεων, ιδιαίτερα κατά τη διάρκεια των eSports τουρνουά. Επιπλέον, σύμφωνα με την Kaspersky Lab, οι επιθέσεις DDoS δεν επηρεάζουν μόνο τους servers παιχνιδιών (που συχνά γίνονται με στόχο την απαίτηση λύτρων για να μην διαταράξουν τον διαγωνισμό), αλλά και τους ίδιους τους παίκτες που συνδέονται από τις δικές τους πλατφόρμες. Μια οργανωμένη επίθεση DDoS σε βασικούς παίκτες μιας ομάδας μπορεί εύκολα να οδηγήσει στην απώλεια και την εξάλειψη μιας ομάδας από ένα τουρνουά. Οι ψηφιακοί εγκληματίες χρησιμοποιούν παρόμοιες τακτικές για να κερδίζουν χρήματα από επιθέσεις σε streamers - κανάλια για streaming σε μεταδόσεις βιντεοπαιχνιδιών. Ο ανταγωνισμός σε αυτόν τον τομέα είναι έντονος και με τη χρήση επιθέσεων DDoS οι ψηφιακοί εγκληματίες μπορούν να παρεμβαίνουν στις online εκπομπές και, συνεπώς, στα κέρδη του streamer.

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          Hackers Target US Payment Processors via BGP Hijacking Attacks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Hackers Target US Payment Processors via BGP Hijacking Attacks

Us payment processors report that they are being targeted by hackers using BGP hijacking attacks. This is a complex method used by experienced groups as it requires both resources and knowledge to execute one directly.

BGP Hijacking Attacks Used Against US Payment Processors

One of the most heavily attacked companies over the last few years are the payment processors, particularly the ones located in the USA. The reason for this is that they operate the payment card transactions and work together both with the banks and the online merchants. Their security should be impenetrable however this has not warded off the potential intruders. Over the years attacks using the BGP hijacking method have increased.

BGP stands for Border Gateway Protocol and is the standard language that devices use when exchanging information about routing and reachability over large networks on the Internet. Such attacks require the use of malware DNS servers that return forged responses when accessing payment gateways, banks and online services. A dangerous feature of these responses is that they maximize the duration of attack by employing a cache with longer expiration. This means that even after a successful attack has been stopped the damage will continue for quite some time.

Related Story: Dixons Carphone Data Breach Exposes 5.9 Million Payment Cards

Successful attacks rely on the creation and setup of false servers that send the requests. The most common way is to set up the required machines based on infected hosts ― botnets of hijacked computers due to virus attacks. The hackers announce false information that practically confuses the network and disrupts the normal flow of information. The network traffic is forwarded to a hacker-controlled server which can lead to very successful phishing attacks.

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          A botnet of smart irrigation systems can deplete a city’s water supply      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) cyber security researchers warn of a potential distributed attack against urban water services that uses a botnet of smart irrigation systems that water simultaneously. The researchers analyzed and found vulnerabilities in a number of commercial smart irrigation systems, which enable attackers to remotely turn watering systems on and off at will. They tested three of the most widely sold smart irrigation systems: GreenIQ, BlueSpray, and RainMachine smart irrigation systems. … More

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          Fail2ban may provide a false sense of security      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Just throwing this out there for discussion...

The old stalwart fail2ban may not be providing the security you think it is.

Specifically, a "low and slow" attack from a botnet will go unnoticed.

Fail2ban will detect and block multiple attempts from the same IP, but not repeated attempts from different IPs.

You may want to try:

grep -c Found /var/log/fail2ban.log

and

grep -c Ban /var/log/fail2ban.log

and ponder the numbers.


          Fail2ban may provide a false sense of security      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Just throwing this out there for discussion... The old stalwart fail2ban may not be providing the security you think it is. Specifically, a "low and slow" attack from a botnet will go unnoticed. Fail2 ... - Source: www.lowendtalk.com
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          An unusual web site attack      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Web blog website was extensively probed yesterday. This is a common occurrence, but this probe had some peculiar features.

  • All the probes came from the same address, 42.51.216.29.

  • The 3,300 probes were mostly against URLs like /admin/index/php and /admin/index.aspx. Usually, attackers have a list of paths at which there have been past security holes. This attacker seems to be hoping to discover something new. (Every one of them was 404.)

  • There were a number of requests for random-sounding pages ending in .jpg, such as /tsnFile/UserFiles/Image/diaosi.asp/bdddf17533.jpg. If this was intended to disguise the activity, it wasn't doing a very good job. A bug?

  • The referring-url was http://www.nmily.com//Ac2.asp;.jpg. Generated at random perhaps? Some of the probed URLs were things like /Ac2.asp;.jpg and /sjurj54220.asp;.jpg.

  • The claimed user agent was

    Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Baiduspider/2.0; +http://www.baidu.com/search/spider.html
    

    Followed by the bytes 0xA3 0xA9.

  • When I did a reverse DNS lookup on the client address, I got the nonsense hostname idc.ly.ha. There is no such domain .ha. HA is not even a valid ISO 3166 country code.

    When I did a traceroute, I saw what was going on with idc.ly.ha:

    11  219.158.101.222 (219.158.101.222)  271.170 ms pc146.zz.ha.cn (61.168.250.146)  229.898 ms 219.158.101.222 (219.158.101.222)  271.159 ms
    12  hn.kd.ny.adsl (182.118.124.66)  233.331 ms pc130.zz.ha.cn (61.168.37.130)  287.333 ms  276.773 ms
    13  pc146.zz.ha.cn (61.168.250.146)  273.772 ms htuidc.bgp.ip (103.22.188.98)  237.818 ms  238.415 ms
    14  * * hn.kd.ny.adsl (182.118.124.66)  278.467 ms
    15  htuidc.bgp.ip (103.22.188.98)  276.015 ms *  276.096 ms
    16  * idc.ly.ha (42.51.216.29)  465.040 ms  419.584 ms
    

    Someone is running a bunch of hosts (botnet maybe?) and advertising PTR records with random hostnames. (There is actually a .ha.cn, but I doubt it is really involved.) Or do the returning ICMP package have fake source addresses?

It's all pretty weird.


          Ramnit Operators Contribute in Creating the Black Proxy Botnet      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Checkpoint security experts reported that they found a massive proxy botnet, tracked as “Black” botnet, created by Ramnit developers. Ramnit was first registered in 2010 and it is currently known as one of the most popular banking malware families. In 2011, the botnet developers improved it starting from the leaked Zeus source code and turning […]

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          A botnet of smart irrigation systems can deplete a city’s water supply      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) cyber security researchers warn of a potential distributed attack against urban water services that uses a botnet of smart irrigation systems that water simultaneously. The researchers analyzed and found vulnerabilities in a number of commercial smart irrigation systems, which enable attackers to remotely turn watering systems on and off at will. They tested three of the most widely sold smart irrigation systems: GreenIQ, BlueSpray, and RainMachine smart irrigation systems. … More

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