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Enterprise Technical Security That Matters - September 10, 2021

Posted by Omnistruct Marketing on Sep 11, 2021 1:30:05 PM

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This GPU-Based Malware Attack can Dodge Usual Security Checks

Cybercriminals are now offering a method to hide and execute malicious codes from the GPU. Recently, a post was spotted on a hacker forum where someone advertised a PoC for the same. By Cyware Alerts I September 5, 2021 Read More


PoC released for Ghostscript vulnerability that exposed Airbnb, Dropbox

Hackers have released proof-of-concept code that exploits a recently demonstrated vulnerability in older but still widely used versions of Ghostscript, the popular server-side image conversion software package. By John Leyden I September 7, 2021 Read More


New PRIVATELOG Malware Uses CLFS Log Files to Hide

A new malware family has been discovered that uses Common Log File System (CLFS) to stay undetected. Named PRIVATELOG, this malware uses another malware—StashLog—as its installer. By Cyware Alerts I September 8, 2021

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