WiFi-Hacking by Neighbours is Rampant in the UK, Research Says

WiFi-Hacking by Neighbors is Rampant in the UK, Research Says The research by a broadband Internet provider Konnect showed that more than 4 million Brits possess the experience of hacking their neighbors’ wireless routers to reduce their expenses. About 2000 respondents took part in the research, which showed that one hacker, on average, used their… Continue reading WiFi-Hacking by Neighbours is Rampant in the UK, Research Says

QNAP Warns Clients About DeadBolt Ransomware Attacks

DeadBolt Ransomware: Another Instance of Ransomware Evolution On June 17, QNAP, the Taiwanese hardware manufacturer, warned its customers about ransomware attacks targeting the company’s NAS (network-connected storage) devices. Following attacks in January, March, and May, the DeadBolt ransomware is an impending problem for QNAP devices again. QNAP advises all users to update operating systems to… Continue reading QNAP Warns Clients About DeadBolt Ransomware Attacks

10 Types of Cyber Security Attacks in IoT

In a world where information progress is rapidly developing, it is impossible to do without IoT. You probably don’t know what you’re talking about, so let’s take a quick look at this acronym. IoT(Internet of things) – is a large number of Internet things that interact with each other. In other words, it’s data transfer… Continue reading 10 Types of Cyber Security Attacks in IoT

A DNS vulnerability in uClibc/uClibs-ng libraries jeopardizes IoT devices

A vulnerability has been discovered (CVE not yet issued) in uClibc and uClibc-ng C standard libraries. These libraries are vastly used in IoT devices. The newly found vulnerability makes it possible to place forged data into the DNS cache, allowing to set an arbitrary IP address in that cache with the subsequent rerouting of all… Continue reading A DNS vulnerability in uClibc/uClibs-ng libraries jeopardizes IoT devices