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A botnet composed of poorly maintained Linux servers has been leveraged by cybercriminals to run significant distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against companies. The attackers mainly exploit vulnerabilities in unpatched versions of Apache Struts and Tomcat in order to infect the servers, although there have been instances where poorly configured Elasticsearch was used. Dubbed “IptabLes IptabLex” […]

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Despite summer being a holiday season, threats to IT security persisted in June. At the very beginning of the month, Doctor Web’s virus analysts discovered a new version of a dangerous Trojan targeting Linux servers, while in the middle of June, another wave of Trojan encoders swept across desktops. Also found was a host of […]

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