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2018-10-02 | Step by step Linux Kernel exploitation part 1, Apollo Global Management breach, and Dark web pricing index by Terbium
Tuesday, October 2
Lexfo on CVE-2017-11176: A step-by-step Linux Kernel exploitation. The first in what’s expected to be a 4-part series.
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
Spotted earlier by Radware in August, now over 100,000 routers have had their DNS settings modified to redirect users to phishing pages. The redirection occurs only when users are trying to access e-banking pages for Brazilian banks.
Apollo Global Management emailed some customers to let them know that its database of 200 million contacts was breached
Dear UN: Less nuclear talk, more cyber talk says Martin Giles of the MIT Tech Review
Voice Phishing Scams Are Getting More Clever says Brian Krebs
Terbium Labs studied and compared reports from companies about going rates of gods and services on the dark web with the intent of developing a dark web pricing index.
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