Riskware – a thin line between benign and malicious programs
Eniko Toth

Riskware – a thin line between benign and malicious programs

Riskware – a thin line between benign and malicious programs Programming is something that can be used for good and also for bad reasons. We can write software with the sole purpose of causing harm, or we can be developers whose aim is to make things better and easier. Nowadays we can hear a lot about the first ones, the malware, but what about riskware? What is riskware at all? There are some legitimate computer programs which can act as malware and cause damage if they are used by bad guys. It’s like a gun. It matters who holds it and why. A gun is very dangerous in a killer’s hand,...
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Drupalgeddon 3 in retrospect
Nikolett Hegedüs

Drupalgeddon 3 in retrospect

As you know, recently we’ve released multiple security patches for the Drupalgeddon vulnerabilities. The last one was Drupal Remote Code Execution - SA-CORE-2018-004, CVE-2018-7602, patched only 2 days after it was first discovered. We’re very proud of our quick reaction time and would like to share some statistics with you about the attacks that were prevented since then - with the help of BitNinja. The data from the first incident that we’ve caught looks like this (the URL is masked for privacy purposes): Url: [###.hu//] Headers: [array ( 'User-Agent' => 'Mozilla/5.0 (X...
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