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SentinelOne discovers AcidRain malware targeting wind turbines

SentinelOne discovers AcidRain malware targeting wind turbines

SentinelOne recently discovered 'Acid Rain', a new wiperware variant . The malware focuses on disrupting the (satellite) communication of wind turbines. According to the security specialist, AcidRain was found in as many as 5,800 wind turbines belonging to wind energy organization Enercon. Affec... Read more

date3 months ago
SentinelLabs finds NetUSB vulnerability in millions of routers

SentinelLabs finds NetUSB vulnerability in millions of routers

SentinelLabs discovered a severe vulnerability in NetUSB. Millions of routers run on the module worldwide. NetUSB allows USB devices connected to routers to be controlled by other network devices. Printers are an example. When connecting a printer to a router via USB, NetUSB enables a desktop (o... Read more

date6 months ago
SentinelLabs found AWS vulnerabilities that put millions at risk

SentinelLabs found AWS vulnerabilities that put millions at risk

SentinelLabs claims responsibility for finding a severe vulnerability in multiple cloud services, including popular services from AWS. As the threats have since been patched, the researcher goes public with a technical report. SentinelLabs is an extension of SentinelOne. Year-round, the organiza... Read more

date7 months ago
SentinelOne exposes vulnerabilities in Oracle VirtualBox

SentinelOne exposes vulnerabilities in Oracle VirtualBox

SentinelOne has explained how a researcher managed to gain authorisation for the execution of arbitrary code on Oracle VirtualBox servers. Security professional Max van Amerongen works for SentinelLabs, the research arm of security organisation SentinelOne. In March of this year, a Zero Day Init... Read more

date7 months ago
HP OMEN Gaming Hub had serious vulnerability

HP OMEN Gaming Hub had serious vulnerability

HP Inc. seems to be on the radar of SentinelOne's SentinelLabs researchers. Several months ago they reported on a vulnerability in HP and Samsung printers. The researchers have now discovered something similar in a driver that belongs to HP's OMEN Gaming Hub. The vulnerability has been given the "n... Read more

date10 months ago