COVID 19 is an ideal opportunity for malicious actors. With much of the global workforce working from home, we and our partners have seen a dramatic change in the compromise landscape (look for more analysis on that topic in an upcoming blog). The community is also very much aware of attempts to leverage popular websites,... Continue Reading →
Many companies around the world are taking the sensible step of asking employees to work from home. What that means in theory is that the spread of COVID-19 will be partly slowed by the lack of additional exposures caused at the workplace. What this means in practice? Presumably the theory holds true but in addition... Continue Reading →
With Hurricane Dorian in the news and on our minds, we took a look at what BGP says about the impact to The Bahamas.
The Webmin website states, "Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix." Many Hosting providers offer Webmin administration with their Virtual Private Servers. Recently, a presentation revealed backdoor code injected into the source for Webmin. According to a Hacker News story published August 20: "The story started when Turkish researcher Özkan Mustafa Akkuş... Continue Reading →