Hackers Exploit Unpatched Bug In Rich Reviews WordPress Plugin – Comments

Hackers are currently exploiting an unpatched vulnerability in the Rich Reviews WordPress plugin for malvertising campaigns. Although the plugin was removed for security reasons from the WordPress repository more than six months ago, it is estimated that 16,000 websites still have it running. The two issues allowing the attack are a lack of access controls […]

Comments: US Military Veterans Targeted By Iranian State Hackers

Hackers: How Much do they Really Make?

Iran’s government-backed hackers are trying to infect US military veterans with malware with the help of a malicious website, researchers from security firm Cisco Talos reported on Tuesday. The website, located at hiremilitaryheroes[.]com (pictured above), offers a fake desktop app for download, in the hopes that US military veterans would download and install it, presumably […]

Comment: Magecart Skimmers Found Targeting Routers For Customer Wi-Fi Networks

Solves Wi-Fi Access Challenges For BYOD and IoT with EasyPass

Security researchers at IBM X-Force IRIS have found evidence of Magecart skimmers targeting commercial layer 7 (L7) routers to steal payment card details of users. Up until now, Magecart-specific code was only delivered at the website level, with web skimmers hiding the code inside PHP or JavaScript files. But researchers say they have found hackers designing and testing […]