Embarrassing flaws get exposed when the logs get reviewed, Atlanta city government gets shut down by Ransomware, and the cleverest little Android malware you’ll ever meet.
Plus we go from a hacked client to a Zero-day discovery, answer some questions, ask a few, and more!
- Unified Logs in High Sierra (10.13) Show Plaintext Password for APFS Encrypted External Volumes — My verification test is below. Note that it gets stored in on-disk, collected logs (non-volatile logs).
- Thousands of servers found leaking 750MB worth of passwords and keys — Leaky etcd servers could be a boon to data thieves and ransomware scammers.
- Atlanta city government systems down due to ransomware attack — FBI called in as some city services are interrupted, employees told to turn off PCs.
- Android malware found inside apps downloaded 500,000 times | ZDNet — Cybercriminals have distributed malware to hundreds of thousands of Android users by hiding it inside a series of apparently harmless apps.
- From hacked client to 0day discovery — The client’s account had been blocked because it was spotted sending spam. Once connected to the service, it was clear that the monthly quota of the account was almost reached and that the latest emails sent shown on the dashboard had content that were clearly spam.
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