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Two new variants of Cobalt Strike written in Ggoogle’s Golang have popped up on the wild internet. According to SentinelOne, this new flavor is set up to target macOS systems. They have also noted that this new beacon (called Geacon)…
Cybersecurity firm OTORIO has announced several new vulnerabilities in cloud management platforms at Black Hat Asia 2023. The Israeli company named three industrial cellular providers with a total of eleven vulnerabilities which could allow for complete compromise of operational technology…
Game reviews are always fun things to do. I mean it is playing a game and then writing about anything you found while playing it (sounds like fun). The challenge comes from being objective in your writing Vs subjective. Something…
The popular socialization platform, Discord, is alerting users to a data breach that occurred due to the compromise of a support agent account. The breach appears to be limited in scope to the ticket queue that the third-party agent was…
The UK’s CMA (Competition and Markets Authority has added new restrictions on Microsoft and Activision Blizzard after already issuing a formal anti-trust warning over the deal back in January. Now the regulator has added additional orders that prevent either party…
After a Leak of Babuk ransomware source code in late 2021 researchers have identified 9 separate new stains that are intended to target VMware ESXi. The new variants first started showing up in the 2cond half of 2022. As with…
After Phill Spencer’s recent comments on why Microsoft can’t beat Sony or Nintendo via “normal methods” we started to wonder why he would make this kind of statement. So, with our usual OCD we dove into some of the things…
Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday for May included a patch that was a fix for a flaw that was created from another patch back in March 2023. The March patch was meant to fix vulnerability CVE-2023-23397 which was a known exploited critical…
There is an old saying that says, when you can no longer do, you teach. This might be a relatively true axiom in the regular world, but in the world of cybercrime it is certainly not what you find happening.…
If I were to build a list of companies that I would not want to build an AI project Meta, the parent company of Facebook is probably sitting at the top of the list. Yet here we are with a…
Yesterday we reported on a ransomware attack that impacted PC and component manufacturer MSI. When they, MSI, disclosed the attack they claimed there was no significant impact, but failed to consider that most, if not all, modern ransomware attacks also…
In January of 2023 the Print Management Software company PaperCut was advised of two Remote Code Execution (RCE) bugs. These bugs were in their PaperCut MF and PaperCut NG software products. PaperCut worked with the group that identified the bugs,…
Updated May-08-2023 with statement from IntelBack in early April MSI, a popular PC and PC component maker, disclosed that it had a security incident. They stated that they quickly rolled out their Incident Response Team and enacted their recovery procedures…
Ransomware is a pain in the ass, no matter what type it is. You have a piece of code that comes in, encrypts all your files, steals them and then you must deal with paying a ransom of some sort…
Phil Spencer, CEO of Microsoft Gaming recently admitted that Xbox is not able to beat rivals Nintendo and Sony using normal methods. The means that Spender is talking about is the release of console specific titles. He feels that gamers…
Monday, 08 May 2023 09:59

DecryptedTech (re)Launches Game Thoughts

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A not so new feature at DecryptedTech is going to be our thoughts on gaming, game releases, and the game industry as a whole. This is actually not something new to DecryptedTech. In the past we had our Short Attention…