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2018-06-13 | BabaYaga WordPress malware, Web cache attack, and US Election security latest

Wednesday, June 13

TOP STORY

  • BabaYaga WordPress malware: the malware that eats other malware - research by Defiant.

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Greetings from London, where we’re prepping for #h14420 live-hacking event this weekend. Expect send times to be a bit wonky this week. Have a great one!

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TWEET OF THE DAY

  • So this is a fascinating story for us to ponder in IR triage and ops. Surgical professionals started a trend of wearing their first names and roles on their caps during surgery to cut down on role confusion and improve response time. It’s apparently grown globally. - @hacks4pancakes

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It's sort of a design flaw in the way caching and websites work… It's not specific to any given technology or any given cache.

James Kettle on web cache exploit discovery

 


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