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In 2015, USA Networks aired one of the most realistic depictions of building hacking ever to be featured in a TV or movie. The lead character, Elliot, posing as a tech billionaire, walks into a highly secured data facility in upstate New York and obtains a tour. Afterward, he manages to sneak into a sensitive […]

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A VPN vulnerability that provided both initial access to a victim’s computer and privilege escalation once access was granted has been disclosed. The vulnerability in the Aviatrix VPN client, used by large organizations such as NASA and Shell, has been patched in all versions and is available for download. Immersive Labs researcher and content engineer […]

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Researchers are tracking an Android Trojan that’s been rapidly improving over the past several months. It uses overlay attacks to steal login credentials and payment card details from users of banking and other applications. Dubbed Ginp, the Trojan was first spotted in October 2019, but has been in the wild since at least June, according […]

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