Russian state-sponsored hackers are targeting network infrastructure devices worldwide, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and the United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) have warned on Monday. A joint technical alert published by the organizations says that the targets are “primarily government and private-sector organisations, critical infrastructure providers, and the Internet service providers (ISPs) supporting these sectors.” The attackers are compromising routers, switches, firewalls, Network-based Intrusion Detection System … More
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A newly issued patch plugs more than a dozen vulnerabilities that affect certain versions of an industrial multiport secure router series. On 13 April, Cisco Talos published a report revealing the security weaknesses as part of a coordinated disclosure strategy with Moxa, an automation solutions provider for companies seeking to get the most out of […]… Read More
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A report published by Akamai detected those threat actors were abusing at least 65,000 routers to create proxy networks for
Cisco switches at data centers located in Iran and Russia
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