Mozilla developer rejected travel to USA

Already on Tuesday reported gizmodo that the USA have prohibited the entry into the United States for Mozilla Developer Daniel Stenberg – author of the command line program curl. And that, although Stenberg has a valid visa, which should allow him to travel to the United States. ESTA despite visa rejected Stenberg could make no check-in for Read More …

ELSA: CIA’s WLAN signal sniffer hidden on your Windows

Another update in WikiLeaks Vault7-Series. This time meet ELSA, a malware capable to geo-locate your WiFi-enabled device running Microsoft Windows, storing all data for later analysis. Installed by other Malware Elsa does not have own code to spread or install itself onto any PC, according to the documentation you need to use another leak or security Read More …

OutlawCountry: How the CIA spy’s your Linux machine

Today, WikiLeaks released following their Vault7-series, documents describing how the CIA is able to see all your internet traffic from your Linux machine. Hidden netfilter table “OutlawCountry consists of a kernel module that creates a hidden netfilter table on a Linux target. With knowledge of the table name, an operator can create rules that take Read More …

WannaCry: Now speed cameras hit (not?)

Next attack in the never-ending WannaCry-Story. This time 55 speed and red-light cameras in Australia are affected according to news reports – approx 600 tickets have already been withdrawn. Up to 8.000 penalties withdrawn ? Calculations come up to an ammount of 8.000 penalties that might be withdrawn in total the next days. According to Australian Police, the Read More …