Tagged: symantec

Which NTP Servers do You Need to Patch?, (Sat, Dec 20th) 0

Which NTP Servers do You Need to Patch?, (Sat, Dec 20th)

While people generally know where their real NTP servers are, all to often they dont know that theyve got a raft of accidental NTP servers – boxes that have NTP enabled without the system maintainers knowing about it. Common servers on the network like routers or switches (often when these are NTP clients, they are also NTP servers), PBXs and VOIP gateways, mail servers, certificate authorities and so on

Regin Malware 0

Regin Malware

Last week, we learned about a striking piece of malware called Regin that has been infecting computer networks worldwide since 2008. It’s more sophisticated than any known criminal malware, and everyone believes a government is behind it. No country has taken credit for Regin, but there’s substantial evidence that it was built and operated by the United States.

Corporate Abuse of Our Data 0

Corporate Abuse of Our Data

Last week, we learned about a striking piece of malware called Regin that has been infecting computer networks worldwide since 2008. It’s more sophisticated than any known criminal malware, and everyone believes a government is behind it. No country has taken credit for Regin, but there’s substantial evidence that it was built and operated by the United States

Regin: Another Military-Grade Malware 0

Regin: Another Military-Grade Malware

Regin is another military – grade surveillance malware (tech details from Symantec and Kaspersky ). It seems to have been in operation between 2008 and 2011. The Intercept has linked it to NSA/GCHQ operations, although I am still skeptical of the NSA/GCHQ hacking Belgian cryptographer Jean-Jacques Quisquater