Sorry Mac users, you’re not as secure as you’ve been lead to believe. Granted, Linux being insecure has always been the case and isn’t a recent development. The fruitfly malware has been in operation for 13 years and was created by a man from Ohio, and the creator and distributor, Phillip Durachinsky, faces a 16... Continue reading Fruitfly malware spied on Mac users
I’ve written about IoT threats in the past about Huwaei Gateways, Netgear routers, and IP cameras, but this time I’m covering the must-have device over the past couple years. Smart speakers.
The Front Page of the Deep Web The self-proclaimed front page of the deep web is The Uncensored Hidden Wiki, and when they say uncensored, they mean it. I will be covering a lot of what this hidden wiki offers, but some of it is too sensitive to include because I have no desire for... Continue reading Exploring the Dark and Deep Web
Do you remember the Mirai botnet? If you don’t, here’s a quick refresher. Mirai is an internet-of-things malware that turns DVRs, security cameras, toasters, refrigerators, etc., into a zombie that can attack another network or device with a flood of empty data that will overwhelm and cause a denial-of-service (the device or network loses internet... Continue reading Shodan Adventures Part 2
Defacing a hacked website is usually for the sake of sending a message that the web server is insecure, but as you will see below, that is not always the case. These are just a sample of images, but it appears Turkish hackers have gone on a rampage. For the sake of displaying a diverse... Continue reading Round Up of Defaced Websites