A malware campaign that uses military-themed malicious Microsoft Office documents to spread a remote access trojan has been observed by Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group, with the group adding that the RAT was spread using customised Cobalt Strike beacons.
Using stronger passwords and multi-factor authentication on registrar and DNS hosting accounts would help to solve security issues around attacks that have been launched under the hacking campaign known as DNSpionage, the well-known domain name system expert Cricket Liu says.
A total of 11 vulnerabilities have been found in the Sierra Wireless AirLink ES450, an LTE gateway which is aimed at distributed enterprise such as retail point-of-sale and industrial control systems, Cisco's Talos Intelligence Group says.
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