Some new perspectives on cloud security this week…or perhaps it’s more accurate to say that the we’re seeing more support and focus on how to develop and implement strategies for it. The Evident.io team is providing a variety of resources to help organizations configure and protect their AWS S3 buckets, evolve from legacy security policies, and create a more realistic approach to cloud security.
The news brings more strains of malware and other attacks, along with information on efforts by organizations to isolate them and guard against future hacks.
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News and Perspectives on Cloud Security
Attack of the Week: DUHK
An interesting report about DUHK (Don’t Use Hard-coded Keys), a vulnerability that affects devices using the ANSI X9.31 Random Number Generator (RNG) in conjunction with a hard-coded seed key.
More Reaper Malware
Krebs breaks down the new IoT malware strain called “Reaper” which infected more than a million organizations by targeting newfound security weaknesses in countless Internet routers, security cameras and digital video recorders (DVRs).
Silence – A New Trojan Attacking Financial Organizations
Hackers have been discovered to be using a known but still very effective technique: gaining persistent access to an internal banking network for a long period of time, making video recordings of the day to day activity on bank employees’ PCs, learning how things works in their target banks, what software is being used, and then using that knowledge to steal as much money as possible when ready.