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2017-10-25 | DUHK attack, Uncaptcha, and Bad Rabbit

Wednesday, October 25

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  • #BADRABBIT drops & executes c:\windows\infpub.dat by ordinal function
    Expecting many similarities to #EternalPetya c:\Windows\perfc.dat  - @ItsReallyNick

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Developers of cryptographic software should stop using the X9.31 generator. It was removed from the list of FIPS-approved random number generation algorithms in January 2016. If you must use a block cipher-based RNG, don't use a hard-coded key, and regenerate the key frequently.

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