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          Tackling the Growing Botnet Threat      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Unique Cybersecurity Threats Will Keep Evolving, Research Shows      Cache   Translate Page      
Unique threat variants and families are on the rise, while botnet infections continue to infect organizations, says a Fortinet report.
          Eurobites: Smart Homes Making Botnets Feel Welcome – Nokia Report      Cache   Translate Page      
Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Ericsson and Telia test 5G in Stockholm; ADVA makes itself small; Safaricom trials tubular basestations; Yandex has a smartphone.
          El malware para AutoCAD está en el centro de una campaña de espionaje industrial para robar planos que valen oro      Cache   Translate Page      

El malware para AutoCAD está en el centro de una campaña de espionaje industrial para robar planos que valen oro#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

AutoCAD es sin duda uno de los programas de modelado y diseño asistido por ordenador más conocidos y usados desde hace más de 30 años. Si bien es un software especializado usado principalmente por ingenieros y arquitectos, el valor de lo que se produce con él es bastante importante y se ha convertido en un gran objetivo del espionaje industrial.

Explotando una característica en el programa de Autodesk, los cibercriminales están intentando robar diseños para puentes, edificios de fábricas y otros proyectos, ya sea con propósitos de espionaje industrial o para vender en el mercado negro por altas sumas de dinero.

Robando planos desde 2014

La firma de seguridad Forcepoint explica que se encuentran analizando actualmente una campaña de malware para AutoCAD destinada al robo de planos de empresas del sector energético. Y según los datos que ha recolectado la compañía parece haber estado activa desde el 2014.

Los ataques llegan a través de correos electrónicos de phishing que contienen documentos de diseño y planos, pero en el mismo directorio se incluyen archivos maliciosos de AutoCAD formateados en AutoLISP, o enlaces a sitios web desde los que las víctimas pudieran descargar los archivos ZIP por sí mismas, en caso de que los archivos "carnada" tuvieran que ser mayores que los límites de archivos adjuntos del correo electrónico estándar. Todo muy natural.

Autocad

Cuando la víctima abre el documento de diseño puede provocar que se ejecute un archivo AutoLISP sin querer. Aunque las versiones modernas de AutoCAD por defecto muestran una advertencia de que se ejecutará un script potencialmente inseguro, las advertencias pueden ignorarse o suprimirse por completo. Para que los archivos sean menos llamativos, los atacantes han establecido que sus propiedades se oculten en Windows y que sus contenidos se cifren.

Forcepoint dijo que esta campaña utilizó documentos de diseño ya robados de grandes proyectos como hoteles, fábricas e incluso el puente Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau como señuelos para seguir propagándose y adquirir más planos.

Planos y diseños legítimos con malware camuflado se usan como carnada para engañar a los usuarios y adquirir nuevos archivos

Este tipo de ataques no son nuevos, la mayoría del malware para AutoCAD ha explotado una característica básica de carga automática que permite a los usuarios crear sus propios scripts basados en AutoLISP y ejecutarlos en el inicio de la aplicación o al cargar los archivos del proyecto.

La parte interesante e importante aquí es el aspecto de ingeniería social, engañar al usuario para que abra un proyecto que aparentemente es legítimo puesto que ha sido robado antes, y esperar que el usuario lo ejecute y haga el resto del trabajo por los cibercriminales. Y como explica Forcepoint, su investigación apunta a que en la mayoría de los casos la apertura del archivo normalmente mostrará contenido legítimo (o al menos de apariencia legítima), pero también ejecutará los scripts maliciosos.

El valor de estos documentos, especialmente en el sector de la energía renovable es más alto que nunca, y por ello se ha convertido en un objetivo de los cibercriminales.

A pesar de esto, con simplemente prestar atención y llevar a cabo algunos pasos adicionales, la mayoría de los ataques basados en AutoCAD pueden ser mitigados. Es importante deshabilitar la carga automática desde fuentes no confiables, asegurándose de que siempre haya una advertencia emergente antes de que se ejecute cualquier módulo, y permitir la visibilidad de los archivos ocultos es fácil de lograr. Es algo que pueden controlarse a través de las entradas del registro, y es sumamente recomendado para los administradores de sistemas que apliquen esas medidas mediante políticas de grupo.

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          So 10,500 bots can't be wrong      Cache   Translate Page      
Or can they?
I posted about my son's engagement.  Maybe the title caught someone's eye (an algorithm probably)
One commentator said they were probably bots.

Wikipedia has this to say about bots:

Malicious Bots:

A malicious use of bots is the coordination and operation of an automated attack on networked computers, such as a denial-of-service attack by a botnet. Internet bots can also be used to commit click fraud and more recently have seen usage around MMORPG games as computer game bots.[citation needed] A spambot is an internet bot that attempts to spamlarge amounts of content on the Internet, usually adding advertising links. More than 94.2% of websites have experienced a bot attack.[2]

  • There are malicious bots (and botnets) of the following types:
  1. Spambots that harvest email addresses from contact or guestbook pages
  2. Downloader programs that suck bandwidth by downloading entire websites
  3. Website scrapers that grab the content of websites and re-use it without permission on automatically generated doorway pages
  4. Viruses and worms
  5. DDoS attacks
  6. Botnetszombie computers, etc.
  • Bots are also used to buy up good seats for concerts, particularly by ticket brokers who resell the tickets.[10] Bots are employed against entertainment event-ticketing sites. The bots are used by ticket brokers to unfairly obtain the best seats for themselves while depriving the general public of also having a chance to obtain the good seats. The bot runs through the purchase process and obtains better seats by pulling as many seats back as it can.
  • Bots are often used in Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Games to farm for resources that would otherwise take significant time or effort to obtain; this is a concern for most online in-game economies.[citation needed]
  • Bots are also used to increase views for YouTube videos.
  • Bots are used to increase traffic counts on analytics reporting to extract money from advertisers. A study by comScore found that 54 percent of display ads shown in thousands of campaigns between May 2012 and February 2013 never appeared in front of a human being.[11]
  • in 2012, reporter Percy von Lipinski reported that he discovered millions of bot or botted or pinged views at CNN iReport. CNN iReport quietly removed millions of views from the account of so-called superstar iReporter Chris Morrow.[12] It is not known if the ad revenue received by CNN from the fake views was ever returned to the advertisers.
  • Bots may be used on internet forums to automatically post inflammatory or nonsensical posts to disrupt the forum and anger users.
The most widely used anti-bot technique is the use of CAPTCHA, which is a form of Turing test used to distinguish between a human user and a less-sophisticated AI-powered bot, by the use of graphically-encoded human-readable text. Examples of providers include Recaptcha, and commercial companies such as Minteye, Solve Media, and NuCaptcha. Captchas, however, are not foolproof in preventing bots as they can often be circumvented by computer character recognition, security holes, and even by outsourcing captcha solving to cheap laborers.

Helpful Bots:

Companies and customers can benefit from internet bots. Internet bots are allowing customers to communicate with companies without having to communicate with a person. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has produced a chatbot that allows customers to receive boarding passes, check in reminders, and other information that is needed for a flight.[9] Companies have made chatbots that can benefit customers. Customer engagement has grown since these chatbots have been developed.
Chat bots are used on a daily basis. Google Assistant and Siri are considered forms of chat bots. Google Assistant and Siri allow people to ask questions and get a response using an AI system. These technological advances are positively benefiting people's daily lives.

SOURCE: Wikipedia.

So the announcing post got about 2000 hits (is that the right term?)  Blogger says these are pageviews.
My other bog about pottery is the one that got 10,500 pageviews, the same day.
And the blog about living in Black Mountain NC got 1500 pageviews...same day and time.
My kind-of inactive blog about my ancestors did have a spike on the chart, of 54 pageviews.

Does anyone know if there's a problem? I worry.  I'm 76, I'm allowed to worry.
But I haven't been in a computer class, like most of my grandkids have.  

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Alteração do código Mirai, para liberar e distribuir novas versões da botnet, são relativamente simples, segundo descoberta da Avast
          Five stops on the federal road map toward botnet resilience      Cache   Translate Page      

Cybersecurity road map aims to support more secure and resilient IoT development for consumer, enterprise and government users If there is a path to a digital world that is more secure and resistant to botnet attacks, what would that path look like? A newly published U.S. federal “road map” aimed at increasing resilience in the [...]

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          Inside One of the Biggest Fraud Networks Ever      Cache   Translate Page      

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A massive team of security companies and federal agencies worked together to shut down an enormous click fraud operation. Although 3ve, pronounced Eve, started as a small botnet, by the time it was sinkholed, it was using 1.7 million infected computers to falsify billions of ad views, which resulted in businesses paying over $29 million …

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          2018 Year in Review: Security and DevOps Talks from Salesforce      Cache   Translate Page      
2018 Year in Review: Security and DevOps Talks from Salesforce

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We’ve had a great year on the conference circuit, with close to 100 Salesforce employees highlighting their work externally in a talk! We’re sharing a roundup of some of the talks that were captured on tape in a series of three posts, organized by category. Feel free to bookmark the posts and come back later when you need a little break from holiday craziness to spend some time learning.

Up first: Security and DevOps.


2018 Year in Review: Security and DevOps Talks from Salesforce
Photo by Kane Reinholdtsen on Unsplash Security Fingerprinting Encrypted Channels for Detection JohnAlthouse

Talk by John Althouse at DerbyCon

Last year we open sourced JA3, a method for fingerprinting client applications over TLS, and we saw that it was good. This year we tried fingerprinting the server side of the encrypted communication, and it’s even better. Fingerprinting both ends of the channel creates a unique TLS communication fingerprint between client and server making detection of TLS C2 channels exceedingly easy. I’ll explain how in this talk. What about non-TLS encrypted channels? The same principal can be applied. I’ll talk about fingerprinting SSH clients and servers and what we’ve observed in our research. Are those SSH clients what they say they are? Maybe not.

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Compromising Online Accounts by Cracking Voicemail Systems

Talk by Martin Vigo at DEFCON 2018

Voicemail systems have been with us since the 80s. They played a big role in the earlier hacking scene and re-reading those e-zines, articles and tutorials paints an interesting picture. Not much has changed. Not in the technology nor in the attack vectors. Can we leverage the last 30 years innovations to further compromise voicemail systems? And what is the real impact today of pwning these? In this talk I will cover voicemail systems, it’s security and how we can use oldskool techniques and new ones on top of current technology to compromise them. I will discuss the broader impact of gaining unauthorized access to voicemail systems today and introduce a new tool that automates the process.

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Get the Right Security Tools into your Enterprise

Talk by Sam Harwin at ACoD

Security professionals often struggle with getting buy-in, influencing their organizations and helping define the value of security tools. Further, we often focus on the technical aspects to the detriment of the ‘people’ and ‘process’ resulting in solutions that don’t get implemented to support the organization’s purpose or for security.

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Fuzzing Malware For Fun andProfit

Talk by Maksim Shudrak at DEFCON

Practice shows that even the most secure software written by the best engineers contain bugs. Malware is not an exception. In most cases their authors do not follow the best secure software development practices thereby introducing an interesting attack scenario which can be used to stop or slow-down malware spreading, defend against DDoS attacks and take control over C&Cs and botnets. Several previous researches have demonstrated that such bugs exist and can be exploited. To find those bugs it would be reasonable to use coverage-guided fuzzing. This talk aims to answer the following two questions: ___ we defend against malware by exploiting bugs in them? How can we use fuzzing to find those bugs automatically? The author will show how we can apply coverage-guided fuzzing to automatically find bugs in sophisticated malicious samples such as botnet Mirai which was used to conduct one of the most destructive DDoS in history and various banking trojans. A new cross-platform tool implemented on top of WinAFL will be released and a set of 0day vulnerabilities will be presented. Do you want to see how a small addition to HTTP-response can stop a large-scale DDoS attack or how a smart bitflipping can cause RCE in a sophisticated banking trojan? If the answer is yes, this is definitely your talk.

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DevOps Distributed Tracing: From theory topractice

Stella Cotton | Distributed tracing: From theory to practice

Traditional application performance monitoring is great for debugging a single app but how do you debug a system with… slideslive.com

Traditional application performance monitoring is great for debugging a single app but how do you debug a system with multiple services? Distributed tracing can help! You’ll learn the theory behind how distributed tracing works. But we’ll also dive into other practical considerations you won’t get from a README, like choosing libraries for your polyglot systems, infrastructure considerations, and security.

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Performance anomaly detection atscale

Watch the talk by Tuli Nivas at Velocity Conference(O’Reilly login required)

Automated anomaly detection in production using simple data science techniques enables you to more quickly identify an issue and reduce the time it takes to get customers out of an outage. Tuli Nivas shows how to apply simple statistics to change how performance data is viewed and how to easily and effectively identify issues in production.

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          Alemania inicia el camino para ser el primer país que establezca reglas de seguridad en los routers      Cache   Translate Page      
En la última década, casi todos los hogares en Alemania y Europa con acceso a internet se han cambiado a una conexión de alta velocidad. Y es que cada vez son más los dispositivos conectados en el hogar. Esta tendencia continuará y al igual que trae innumerables ventajas, también abre la puerta a mayores riesgos. Por ello, Alemania quiere establecer una serie de reglas con respecto a los routers. Ningún país hasta ahora se ha preocupado por regular algo tan básico como los routers, los cuales deberían comercializarse en base a ciertas reglas de seguridad. «No solo se atacan los dispositivos para dañar los activos de su propietario, sino también para ser secuestrado y formar parte de una red de 'botnets', controlada por los atacantes», asegura la Oficina Federal Alemana para la Seguridad de la Información en el documento que ha elaborado con las reglas de seguridad que deberían reunir los routers que se instalen en oficinas y hogares. De momento se trata solo de una propuesta que, de ser aprobada, será de obligado cumplimiento para los fabricantes, quienes deberán aplicar una serie de protocolos de seguridad muy estrictos desde el punto de vista técnico. Estas son las principales conclusiones, tal y como recoge «ZDNet»: - Solo los servicios DNS, HTTP, HTTPS, DHCP, DHCPv6 e ICMPv6 deben estar disponibles en la interfaz LAN y wifi. - Si el router tiene un modo wifi de invitado, no debe permitir el acceso al panel de configuración. - El identificador de conjunto de servicios extendidos (ESSID) no debe contener información derivada del dispositivo (como el nombre del proveedor o el modelo). - El router debe admitir el protocolo WPA2 y usarlo de manera predeterminada. - Las contraseñas de wifi deben tener una longitud de 20 dígitos o más. - Las claves wifi no deben contener información derivada del router (proveedor, modelo, MAC, etc.). - Debe permitir que cualquier usuario autenticado cambie esta contraseña. - El procedimiento para cambiar la clave del wifi no debe mostrar un medidor de fuerza de contraseña ni obligar a los usuarios a usar caracteres especiales. - Después de la configuración, el router debe restringir el acceso a la interfaz WAN, con la excepción de algunos servicios, como (CWMP) TR-069, SIP, SIPS e ICMPv6. - El dispositivo deben hacer que CWMP esté disponible solo si el ISP controla la configuración del router desde una ubicación central y remota. - La contraseña para la configuración del router/panel de administración debe tener al menos 8 caracteres y debe tener una configuración compleja que incluya dos de los siguientes opciones: letras mayúsculas, letras minúsculas, caracteres especiales, números. - Al igual que las contraseñas de wifi, las claves del panel de administración no deben contener información relacionada con el dispositivo (proveedor, modelo, MAC, etc.). - Debe permitir al usuario cambiar esta contraseña predeterminada del panel de administración. - La autenticación basada en contraseña debe estar protegida contra ataques de fuerza bruta. - No pueden tener usuarios que actúen como puertas traseras. - En su estado predeterminado, el acceso al panel de administración solo debe permitirse a través de las interfaces LAN o wifi. - Si el proveedor desea exponer el panel de administración a través de WAN, debe usar TLS. - El usuario final debe poder configurar el puerto que se utilizará para acceder a la configuración a través de la interfaz WAN. - El panel de administración del router debe mostrar la versión del «firmware». - Debe mantener y mostrar un último registro de inicio de sesión. También el estado y las reglas de cualquier servicio de «firewall» local. - El router debe enumerar todos los servicios activos para cada interfaz (LAN / WAN / WiFi). - Deben incluir una forma de realizar restablecimientos de fábrica. - Los routers deben ser compatibles con DHCP a través de LAN y WiFi. La razón por la que Alemania está tomando medidas para estandarizar la seguridad de los routers tiene que ver con el ciberataque que tumbó 900.000 routers de Deutsche Telekom en 2016. De momento, continuarán las conversaciones para establecer dichas reglas. En octubre, el estado de California aprobó una legislación estatal que establecía una normativa para las contraseñas utilizadas en los dispositivos conectados a internet (IoT), convirtiéndose en la primera regulación específica de IoT en el mundo. Si bien Alemania no está aprobando leyes oficiales de momento, se convertiría en el primer país que intente aprobar cualquier tipo de guía específica para routers.
          Nokia: IoT is the next frontier for cyber crime      Cache   Translate Page      
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IoT botnet activity accounted for 78 per cent of malware detection events in communication service provider (CSP) networks in 2018, according to an industry report published by Nokia. The figure represents a sharp increase from 33 per cent last year…

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          Nokia Threat Report: IoT Botnets Skyrocketed in 2018 and 5G Will Make It Worse      Cache   Translate Page      

Nokia Threat Report: IoT Botnets Skyrocketed in 2018 and 5G Will Make It Worse “If you have an IoT device and it has any vulnerability and it’s visible from the Internet, it will be attacked in a number of minutes,” said Kevin McNamee, director of Nokia’s Threat Intelligence Lab and lead author of the report.




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