The Most Famous Vulnerabilities – Remote Code Execution (RCE)
Jozsef Konnyu

The Most Famous Vulnerabilities – Remote Code Execution (RCE)

If someone wants to use a server resource or take control of the server in some way or wants to steal data, then he does it via remote code execution vulnerability. What is Remote Code Execution? This vulnerability triggers in so many ways, but in most cases, it is possible via the following methods. •Untreated inputs •Untreated file uploads We talk about an untreated input when there is little validation on the server side or none at all. For example, we have a server control panel, and we have an input on it, where we can add commands which will run directly on the server. In...
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Classification of malware
Eniko Toth

Classification of malware

The current world war isn’t happening in the physical world. However, cyber attacks have stepped into the foreground, and blackhat hackers can gain millions with their targeted attacks. Their main weapon in this war: malware. In this article, we’ll diversify the different types of malware so that you can better understand their behaviour. There are many ways in which malware can be categorized, but now we’d like to introduce Christopher C. Elisan's classifications from his book, Malware, Rootkits & Botnets. 1.Infectors Infectors have a very important limitation: they can only sprea...
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Attack Vector Miner – AI Technology for Detecting Zero-Day Attacks
Eniko Toth

Attack Vector Miner – AI Technology for Detecting Zero-Day Attacks

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is spreading quickly in many industries, and we can gladly announce the Attack Vector Miner, one of our latest developments based on AI. But before we tell you more about that, let’s get a bit more familiar with AI. If you’re an AI expert, know everything about it, and are only curious about the Attack Vector Miner, just scroll down to the last paragraph. History of AI It’s not a new thing that machines “stole” people’s jobs; let’s think about the steam engine, the calculator, or the PC. But trends today show that we’d like to delegate even more tasks to mach...
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New dashboard features to help you navigate
Nikoletta Szabo

New dashboard features to help you navigate

Last week we released our newest front-end development, which grants you a more transparent view of your installed servers on our already easy-to-use dashboard. After logging into your account, you will instantly realize the improvements. On the servers homepage, the installed servers are shown on ninja-colored cards. Let’s see in details their contents: On the top-right corner, you can switch between the previous and the newest design The cards with red headpiece show the servers on which BitNinja has been stopped. These servers always appear first on the server list....
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