Security researchers have begun stumbling upon misconfigured Django applications that are exposing sensitive information such as API keys, server passwords, or AWS access tokens.
Security researcher Amir Khashayar Mohammadi has released today a new tool named Memfixed that can help victims of DDoS attacks carried out via Memcached servers.
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Experts believe that an experienced cybercrime group has created a botnet from compromised Linux servers and is using these systems to mine Monero, a digital currency.
An open source project released in December 2017 has caught our eye due to its immense usefulness, especially for those users who travel a lot and who have to connect to many WiFi networks, a habit that may put them at a considerable risk of getting hacked.
Microsoft is considering adding Python as one of the official Excel scripting languages, according to a topic on Excel's feedback hub opened last month.
Research presented this week at the Black Hat Europe 2017 security conference has revealed that several popular interpreted programming languages are affected by severe vulnerabilities that expose apps built on these languages to attacks.
The Slovak National Security Office (NBU) has identified ten malicious Python libraries uploaded on PyPI — Python Package Index — the official third-party software repository for the Python programming language.
Someone has created a new Remote Access Trojan (RAT) that uses the Telegram protocol to steal user data from infected devices.
A new tool released on GitHub last week can help paranoid sysadmins keep track of whenever someone plugs in or disconnects an USB-based device from high-value workstations.
Security researchers discover a new ransomware being distributed through the RIG exploit kit on Saturday. This ransomware has a strong resemblance to CTB-Locker, but does not appear to be related as it is programmed in Python.
Both Java and Python contain similar security flaws that allow an attacker to bypass firewalls by injecting malicious commands inside FTP URLs.
A new ransomware was discovered that is written in Python and targets the Zimbra enterprise collaboration software. Reported by one of our visitors, this ransomware targets the Zimbra email message store folder and encrypts all of the files located within it. It then creates a ransom note in /root/how.txt that demands 3 bitcoins.
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