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A recently published proof-of-concept notes that it could be possible for attackers to hijack coffee shop Wi-Fi networks and get connected users to mine cryptocurrencies, according to software developer Arnau Code.

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A researcher who found a slew of vulnerabilities in a popular router said it’s so hopelessly broken that consumers who own them should throw them away. Pierre Kim said attackers could easily exploit the vulnerabilities and use the device as a spamming zombie or a man-in-the-middle tool. “I advise users to trash their routers because […]

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The update mechanism of the popular Drupal content management system is insecure in several ways, allowing attackers to trick administrators into installing malicious updates. Researcher Fernando Arnaboldi from security firm IOActive noticed that Drupal will not inform administrators that an update check has failed, for example due to inability to access the update server.

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