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Coa, a popular library found on npm, a manager for the JavaScript programming language, has been hijacked and used to spread malicious code, reports have claimed. According to Bleeping Computer, the attack on coa – short for Command-Option-Argument, impacted countless React pipelines around the world. React is a JavaScript library for building user interfaces. Coa […]

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The notorious Stuxnet malware, which the United States and Israel used to cause damage to Iran’s nuclear program, was designed to target SIMATIC S7-300 and S7-400 PLCs made by Siemens. Stuxnet loaded malicious code onto targeted PLCs by abusing Siemens’ STEP7 software, which is provided by the German industrial giant for programming controllers. Stuxnet replaced […]

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Samba, a popular implementation of the SMB networking protocol shared by various Linux distributions, has been found vulnerable, potentially letting cybercriminals remotely control victims. All versions starting with version 4.0 from 2012 seem to have been affected by the issue. Read More

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