A vulnerability in the Oracle WebLogic Server product of Oracle Fusion Middleware is one route through which Linux malware, observed by researchers at Trend Micro to be attacking Huawei Cloud, a relatively new cloud service provider, gain access to systems.
Attackers used a script written in Python during a recent ransomware attack which took just three hours, encrypting all the virtual disks on the target's virtual machine hypervisor.
Attacks on SolarWinds software in July were possible because the company had compiled some dynamic link libraries without Address Space Layout Randomisation, Microsoft claims in a security brief.
Them pesky Russians are up to no good again, trying to hack their way in to steal research about COVID-19 vaccines. The attack appears to have been carried out by a fat man who couldn't be bothered to even hide his IP address, so sophisticated was his approach.
Ransomware that uses SSH brute-force attacks to gain access to Linux-based network-attached storage systems has been spotted by the security firm Intezer.
Researchers at security outfit F5 Labs say they have found Golang-based malware that attacks Linux servers through a variety of methods.
A tech website which profits from the sale of anti-spyware programs has taken a hit again, with ransomware masquerading as a product for which it is an affiliate.
"People don't understand machine identities very well," Venafi chief cyber security strategist Kevin Bocek told iTWire.
The tech website Bleeping Computer, which carries news about security and malware, has once again demonstrated that when it comes to Linux, its understanding of security is somewhat lacking.
WikiLeaks has released CIA documents detailing implants that can be used to steal traffic from SSH sessions on both Windows and Linux systems, in the latest dump from its Vault 7 stash.
A little over two years ago, the first disclosures about the massive surveillance operation being carried out by the NSA were made in the Guardian, thanks to an intrepid contractor named Edward Snowden.
Servers at the Linux kernel project site are back on the air, nearly two months after they were compromised.
A number of servers at the Linux kernel project have been breached, according to an advisory at the kernel.org website.
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