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xDedic was detailed in June 2016, when it was selling access to over 176,000 unique hacked servers around the world. Active since around 2014, the website almost immediately turned to the Tor network to keep its operators hidden from security researchers and law enforcement. Despite that, however, authorities in the United States, Belgium and Ukraine, […]

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Exploit techniques for some zero-day software vulnerabilities just got even more lucrative for security researchers willing to sell them as cybersecurity intelligence firm Zerodium this week raised its payout for exploits – in some cases, doubling the awards. Zerodium doubled the bounty it pays for unknown exploits targeting popular operating systems and software programs. It […]

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Among the things one can find with Shodan, the search engine for the Internet of Things, are trucks, buses and delivery vans that have been equipped with the Telematics Gateway Unit (TGU) device and a modem to connect to the Internet. What’s more, security researcher Jose Carlos Norte says that this setup can be misused […]

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