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2017-10-25 | DUHK attack, Uncaptcha, and Bad Rabbit
Wednesday, October 25
TWEET OF THE DAY
#BADRABBIT drops & executes c:\windows\infpub.dat by ordinal function
Expecting many similarities to #EternalPetya c:\Windows\perfc.dat - @ItsReallyNick
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Uncaptcha: Defeating Google's audio reCaptcha system with 85% accuracy.
See what went down at Security@!
Gamers, you’ll want to watch this: Lag Report
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