Your Linux Machine Can Be Hacked Remotely With Just A Malicious DNS Response

A critical vulnerability has been discovered in Systemd, the popular init system and service manager for Linux operating systems, that could allow remote attackers to potentially trigger a buffer overflow to execute malicious code on the targeted machines via a DNS response.The vulnerability, designated as CVE-2017-9445, actually resides in the ‘dns_packet_new’ function of ‘systemd-resolved,’ a DNS response handler component that provides network name resolution to local applications.According to an advisory published Tuesday, a specially crafted malicious DNS response can crash ‘systemd-resolved’ program remotely when the system tries to lookup for a hostname on an attacker-controlled DNS service.
Eventually, large DNS response overflows the buffer, allowing an attacker to overwrite the memory which leads to remote code execution.
This means the attackers can remotely run any malware on the targeted system or server via their evil DNS service.”In systemd through 233, certain sizes passed to dns_packet_new in systemd-resolved can cause it to allocate a buffer that’s too small,” explains Chris Coulson, Ubuntu developer at Canonical. “A malicious DNS server can exploit this by responding with a specially crafted TCP payload to trick systemd-resolved into allocating a buffer that’s too small, and subsequently write arbitrary data beyond the end of it.”This vulnerability has been present since Systemd version 223 introduced in June 2015 and is present in all the way up to, including Systemd version 233 launched in March this year.
Of course, systemd-resolved must be running on your system for it to be vulnerable.
The bug is present in Ubuntu versions 17.04 and version 16.10; Debian versions Stretch (aka Debian 9), Buster (aka 10) and Sid (aka Unstable); and various other Linux distributions that use Systemd.
Security patches have been rolled out to address the issue, so users and system administrators are strongly recommended to install them and update their Linux distros as soon as possible.

 

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Firewall Software and Hardware Firewall solutions are both designed to block unauthorized access to computers in your network. A firewall software program is installed on each individual PC it’s meant to protect. To safeguard all your company’s computers, however, each one must have a software firewall installed. This can become expensive and difficult to maintain and support. But, a hardware-based firewall is easier to maintain and administer than individual software firewalls. It protect all the computers on your network.

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Another Massive Ransomware Outbreak Has Battered Ukraine And Is Spreading Fast

Ukraine’s government, National Bank and biggest power companies all warned of cyberattacks Tuesday. Airports and metro services in the country were also reportedly affected, though it appears they’re victims of another massive ransomware outbreak that’s spreading across the world fast and hitting a significant number of critical infrastructure providers.Whispers of WannaCry abound, though security experts said a different breed, named Petya, is to blame. “[We’re seeing] several thousands of infection attempts at the moment, comparable in size to Wannacry’s first hours,” said Kaspersky Lab’s Costin Raiu. “We are seeing infections from many different countries.”This morning saw major Danish transport and energy company Maersk report a cyber attack, noting on its website: “We can confirm that Maersk IT systems are down across multiple sites and business units due to a cyber attack.” And Russian oil industry giant Rosnoft said it was facing a “powerful hacker attack.” Neither said what kind of attack they were under.The impact currently appears to be most severe in Ukraine, including major energy companies such as the state-owned Ukrenergo and Kiev’s main supplier Kyivenergo. Government officials have reportedly sent images of their infected computers, including this from deputy prime minister Pavlo Rozenko:

A Ukrenergo spokesperson told Forbes  power systems were unaffected, adding: “On June 27, a part of Ukrenergo’s computer network was cyberattacked. Similarly, as it is already known with the media, networks and other companies, including the energy sector, were attacked.Our specialists take all the necessary measures for the complete restoration of the computer system, including the official [website].” The site remains down at the time of publication.The National Bank blamed an “unknown virus” as the culprit, hitting several Ukrainian banks and some commercial enterprises. “As a result of cyber attacks, these banks have difficulties with customer service and banking operations,” a statement on the organization’s website read.The deputy general director of Kiev’s Borispol Airport, Eugene Dykhne, said in a Facebook post: “Our IT services are working together to resolve the situation. There may be delays in flights due to the situation… The official Site of the airport and the flight schedules are not working.”

Kiev Metro, meanwhile, said today in a Twitter alert that it wasn’t able to accept bank card payments as a result of a ransomware infection.It’s currently unclear whether the attacks are purely ransomware, or if myriad attacks are currently hitting various parts of Ukraine. Attacks on Ukraine’s power grid in 2015 and 2016 were believed to have been perpetrated by Russia, though the country denies all cyberattacks on foreign soil.Though ransomware is typically used by cybercriminals, with WannaCry it was alleged a nation state was likely responsible for spreading the malware: North Korea. Cyber intelligence companies and the NSA believe with medium confidence that the nation used leaked NSA cyber weapons to carry out the attacks that took out hospitals in the U.K and infected hundreds of thousands of others.

Web Hosting Company Pays $1 Million to Ransomware Hackers to Get Files Back

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South Korean web hosting provider has agreed to pay $1 million in bitcoins to hackers after a Linux ransomware infected its 153 servers, encrypting 3,400 business websites and their data, hosted on them. According to a blog post published by NAYANA, the web hosting company, this unfortunate event happened on 10th June when ransomware malware hit its hosting servers and attacker demanded 550 bitcoins (over $1.6 million) to unlock the encrypted files. However, the company later negotiated with the cyber criminals and agreed to pay 397.6 bitcoins (around $1.01 million) in three installments to get their files decrypted. The hosting company has already paid two installments at the time of writing and would pay the last installment of ransom after recovering data from two-third of its infected servers. According to the security firm Trend Micro, the ransomware used in the attack was Erebus that was first spotted in September last year and was seen in February this year with Windows’ User Account Control bypass capabilities.

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Since the hosting servers were running on Linux kernel 2.6.24.2, researchers believe that Erebus Linux ransomware might have used known vulnerabilities, like DIRTY COW; or a local Linux exploits to take over the root access of the system. “The version of Apache NAYANA used is run as a user of nobody(uid=99), which indicates that a local exploit may have also been used in the attack,” researchers note. “Additionally, NAYANA’s website uses Apache version 1.3.36 and PHP version 5.1.4, both of which were released back in 2006.”Erebus, the ransomware primarily targeting users in South Korea, encrypts office documents, databases, archives, and multimedia files using the RSA-2048 algorithm and then appends them with a .ecrypt extension before displaying the ransom note.“The file is first scrambled with RC4 encryption in 500kB blocks with randomly generated keys,” researchers say. “The RC4 key is then encoded with AES encryption algorithm, which is stored in the file. The AES key is again encrypted using RSA-2048 algorithm that is also stored in the file.” The public key which is generated locally is shared, while the private key is encrypted using AES encryption and another randomly generated key. According to analysis conducted by the Trend Micro researchers, decryption of infected files is not possible without getting hold of the RSA keys.

So, the only safe way of dealing with ransomware attacks is prevention. As we have previously recommended, the best defense against Ransomware is to create awareness within the organizations, as well as to maintain back-ups that are rotated regularly.Most viruses are introduced by opening infected attachments or clicking on links to malware usually in spam emails. So, DO NOT CLICK on links provided in emails and attachments from unknown sources.Moreover, ensure that your systems are running the latest version of installed applications ……………

14-Year-Old Japanese Boy Arrested for Creating Ransomware

Japanese authorities have arrested a 14-year-old boy in Osaka, a prefecture and large port city, for allegedly creating and distributing a ransomware malware.This is the first such arrest in Japan which involves a Ransomware-related crime.Ransomware is a piece of malware that encrypts files on a victim’s computer and makes them inaccessible until the victim pays a ransom, usually in Bitcoins, in order to get the decryption keys for the encrypted files.Ransomware has been around for a few years, but currently, it has become a major cyber threat for businesses and users across the world.Just last month, the WannaCry ransomware hit over 300,000 PCs within just 72 hours, wreaking havoc worldwide.The recent arrest came after the teenager, who is a third-year junior high school student, created a ransomware virus and uploaded its source code on the Internet, according to multiple Japanese media.The student, who admitted to the allegations, combined free encryption software to develop his own ransomware infection and then uploaded it to a foreign website and even taught people to download and use it to spread further for financial gain.The teen also advertised the website through social media, including Twitter, telling users “I made ransomware. Please feel free to use it,” the sources said.According to Japanese police, the teen’s ransomware allowed a downloader to infect victims’ computers, demanding payment in digital currency. His ransomware framework has been downloaded over 100 times.

The authorities have not revealed the identity of the teenager, but have informed that the student just took about 3 days to create the ransomware program using his personal computer.
 The student also told the authorities that he learned to code on his own and created the ransomware out of curiosity in order to become famous.The Japanese police spotted the ransomware during “cyber patrolling” in January and confiscated the teen’s computer after searching his house in April.
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Zomato hacked, data of 17 million users stolen: Report

India’s  largest-restaurant guide Zomato appears to have suffered a major security breach. According to a report in security blog HackRead, “A vendor going by the online handle of ‘nclay’ is claiming to have hacked Zomato and selling the data of its 17 million registered users on a popular Dark Web marketplace.”
The company too has admitted the major security lapse in a blog post. “The reason you’re reading this blog post is because of a recent discovery by our security team — about 17 million user records from our database were stolen. The stolen information has user email addresses and hashed passwords,” said the company in the post. The company has total 120 million users.
The company, however, claimed that the data is safe. “The hashed password cannot be converted/decrypted back to plain text – so the sanctity of your password is intact in case you use the same password for other services,” adds Zomato’s blog post.
It also assured users that the “payment-related information on Zomato is stored separately from this (stolen) data in a highly secure PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) compliant vault. No payment information or credit card data has been stolen/leaked.”
Zomato further added that on its part, it has reset the passwords of all affected users. “As a precaution, we have reset the passwords for all affected users and logged them out of the app and website. Our team is actively scanning all possible breach vectors and closing any gaps in our environment. So far, it looks like an internal (human) security breach – some employee’s development account got compromised.”
In its blog, HackRead claims that the price for the set of the whole package is claimed to be $1,001.43 and that the vendor has also shared a trove of sample data to prove that its data is legit.HackRead added that it tested the sample data on Zomato.com’s login page and found that “each and every account mentioned in the list exists on Zomato.” HackRead’s team reportedly also sent password reset email to some of the email addresses given in the data to further check the veracity of ‘nclay’s’ claims. This too revealed that the data is ‘genuine’ as email IDs turned to be registered with Zomato.
Zomato was founded in 2008 by Deepinder Goyal and Pankaj Chaddah. It has operations in 23 countries, including India, Australia and the United States.

Massive ransomware infection hits computers in 99 countries

A massive cyber-attack using tools believed to have been stolen from the US National Security Agency (NSA) has struck organisations around the world.Cyber-security firm Avast said it had seen 75,000 cases of the ransomware – known as WannaCry and variants of that name – around the world.There are reports of infections in 99 countries, including Russia and China.Among the worst hit was the National Health Service (NHS) in England and Scotland.The BBC understands about 40 NHS organisations and some medical practices were hit, with operations and appointments cancelled.

How did the cyber-attack unfold?

The malware spread quickly on Friday, with medical staff in the UK reportedly seeing computers go down “one by one”.NHS staff shared screenshots of the WannaCry program, which demanded a payment of $300 (£230) in virtual currency Bitcoin to unlock the files for each computer.Throughout the day other, mainly European countries, reported infections.Some reports said Russia had seen more infections than any other single country. Domestic banks, the interior and health ministries, the state-owned Russian railway firm and the second largest mobile phone network were all reported to have been hit.Russia’s interior ministry said 1,000 of its computers had been infected but the virus was swiftly dealt with and no sensitive data was compromised.In Spain, a number of large firms – including telecoms giant Telefonica, power firm Iberdrola and utility provider Gas Natural – were also hit, with reports that staff at the firms were told to turn off their computers.People tweeted photos of affected computers including a local railway ticket machine in Germany and a university computer lab in Italy.France’s car-maker Renault, Portugal Telecom, the US delivery company FedEx and a local authority in Sweden were also affected.China has not officially commented on any attacks it may have suffered, but comments on social media said a university computer lab had been compromised.Coincidentally, finance ministers from the Group of Seven wealthiest countries have been meeting in Italy to discuss the threat of cyber-attacks on the global financial system.They are expected to release a statement later in which they pledge greater co-operation in the fight against cyber-crime, including spotting potential vulnerabilities and assessing security measures.

Unpatched WordPress Flaw Could Allow Hackers To Reset Admin Password

WordPress, the most popular CMS in the world, is vulnerable to a logical vulnerability that could allow a remote attacker to reset targeted users’ password under certain circumstances.The vulnerability (CVE-2017-8295) becomes even more dangerous after knowing that it affects all versions of WordPress — including the latest 4.7.4 version.The WordPress flaw was discovered by Polish security researcher Dawid Golunski of Legal Hackers last year in July and reported it to the WordPress security team, who decided to ignore this issue, leaving millions of websites vulnerable.

“This issue has been reported to WordPress security team multiple times with the first report sent back in July 2016. It was reported both directly via security contact email, as well as via HackerOne website,” Golunski wrote in an advisory published today. “As there has been no progress, in this case, this advisory is finally released to the public without an official patch.”Golunski is the same researcher who discovered a critical vulnerability in the popular open source PHPMailer libraries that allowed malicious actors to remotely execute arbitrary code in the context of the web server and compromise the target web application.The vulnerability lies in the way WordPress processes the password reset request, for the user it has been initiated.In general, when a user requests to reset his/her password through forgot password option, WordPress immediately generates a unique secret code and sends it to user’s email ID already stored in the database.

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Security solutions at IT Monteur is aimed to protect your business from hackers attack and other Internet threats. We aim at running your business smooth without any worry about securing your data. IT Monteur a Firewall Company in Delhi India, provides firewall software and hardware firewall to protect your data from any mallacious attacks and unexpected crises.

Robust Network Protection in Bangalore / Bengaluru

IT Monteur Managed Network Security unifies stand-alone network security services into one robust network security and threat management solution—to protect critical networks and data from increasingly diverse and sophisticated cyber security threats.

Network Security Addressing the Challenging Threat Landscape in Bangalore / Bengaluru

network-securityNetwork security is a top priority for most enterprises. The increasingly complex network security landscape only compounds network security challenges, with expansive networks and emerging communications technology trends like cloud computing, social media and mobile enablement. IT Monteur Managed Network Security solutions seamlessly integrate security technologies—such as anti-virus protection, firewalls, intrusion prevention, application control, web content filtering, VPN, anti-spam and more—layered into comprehensive, custom security solutions. We address your entire threat landscape with end-to-end network security protection, policies, best practices and threat intelligence capabilities to mitigate network security risks. By managing key security functions on a single platform, we deliver network security at significant cost savings.

Firewall Software and Hardware Firewall solutions are both designed to block unauthorized access to computers in your network. A firewall software program is installed on each individual PC it’s meant to protect. To safeguard all your company’s computers, however, each one must have a software firewall installed. This can become expensive and difficult to maintain and support. But, a hardware-based firewall is easier to maintain and administer than individual software firewalls. It protect all the computers on your network.

Our firewall security solutions is Combined network and physical security for a more comprehensive approach that meets your needs and that allows you to add integrated protection from hackers, spam, malicious websites, identity theft.

we provide secure access to enable workers at home, at remote sites, or traveling to connect to your business safely and securely Secure storage that gives you the flexible capacity to protect and back up data, video, and images and also provide Physical protection to guard your business and your employees from theft, vandalism, and unlawful access.

Our firewall security solutions Key features:

  • Standard firewall capabilities: Packet filtering, network address translation (NAT), stateful protocol inspection, Virtual Private Networking
  • Integrated Network Intrusion Prevention (IPS)
  • Application Awareness and Control
  • Additional Intelligence: Directory integration to tie security policies to users and groups; cloud-based reputation services to stop traffic from dangerous sources
  • Real-time and historical visibility into user, network, and security activity

We are also providing UTM ( Unified threat management ) Firewall Solutions for SMB & Enterprices

Cloud or Premises-Based Managed Network Security Solutions Provider in Bangalore / Bengaluru

We design, configure, install, manage, monitor and maintain network security for your enterprise with cloud-based and customer premises equipment (CPE) delivery options. With IT Monteur Managed Network Security, you never have to worrying about outdated equipment, hardware failure and funding CAPEX investments. As a fully managed solution, we unburden IT staff from day-to-day security infrastructure management tasks and free up internal IT resources to focus on strategic initiatives that support the bottom line.

Managed Network Security Features

  • Firewall with customizable rules
  • Flexible delivery methods: CPE or Cloud-Based
  • Unified Threat Management
  • Intrusion Prevention with application intelligence to detect and prevent malicious traffic from gaining network access
  • Dedicated Security Operations Center that assists real time with changes
  • VPN IP SEC tunnels and remote user access
  • Immediate updates to security when new threats emerge
  • Application control
  • Anti-virus protection
  • Web content filtering
  • High availability
  • Secure Wi-Fi access
  • DMZ management
  • Customer logs available upon request
  • Weekly security reporting

Please Contact us for all type of Cisco Firewall, Watch Guard Firewall, Fortigate Firewall , Cyberoam Firewall security solutions. We provide support for setup of Virtual Private Network ( VPN ), Branch Office VPN and VPN Management Services.

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