Pierluigi Paganini August 27, 2014
A Wide Open Backdoor is present in million Netis Routers

Routers manufactured by Netcore and sold worldwide under Netis brand have a wide-open backdoor that can be fairly easily exploited by threat actors. Experts at TrendMicro discovered that routers manufactured by Chinese security vendor and sold under the brand name Netcore in China have a hard-coded password. The hard-coded password allows attackers to access user’s traffic with a backdoor, […]

Pierluigi Paganini August 16, 2014
HACIENDA, GCHQ Port Scanning Program on a wide-scale

New revelation on British GCHQ confirms the existence of the HACIENDA Port Scanning Program which is targeting systems in 27 countries. In the last years the British GCHQ has conducted numerous hacking operation against systems in 27 countries, through a massive port scanning the intelligence agency was searching for vulnerability to exploit in cyber attacks. […]

Pierluigi Paganini April 26, 2014
A flaw in old versions of NetSupport Manager exposes company data

Researcher David Kirkpatrick discovered a flaw in older versions of NetSupport Manager could expose sensitive configuration settings and lead to compromise. A vulnerability in older versions of NetSupport Manager could be a source of serious problems for enterprises that use the platform for remote control of PC and servers. This case is an example of the […]