Silex Malware Bricks 2,000 worthless software and IoT devices
Updated July 18, 2019
A new malware called Silex has launched at least 2000 IoT devices
a campaign that needs to be immersed in the future.
Researcher Akamay Larry Casellettar first discovered on June 25
Malware gives attribute priority to Unix systems
drag device storage, delete fire rules, delete
adjust network settings and turn on the device.
Victims can recover by placing the device on their own hands
Device firmware, but difficult for most people
Many property owners may give up their property
They do not understand that he is suffering from malicious software.
Constable told ZDNet
IoT identification confirmed
Logs in to the system with incorrect data / dev / and deletes
Available at all mountain reserves. Investigators also identified the attack
The Iranian server is not working.
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The Slamex software database has reached its author and is identified
The plaintiff follows the 1-year practice
It is clear that R Lite has added the Moscow Lifon software
The terrible young actor plans to put him through the whole project
Acceptance of devices using SSH with destructive actions
The ability to use hazardous distribution devices.
Chris Domin, AT&D Alien Lab Researcher at SC Media, said the malware was created due to pressure on the robots.
Selex is part of a compact model that accelerates the destruction of IoT devices.
It looks like BarkBot looks like malware.
Shamba said the author copied another code The world can do
Internet insecure IoT devices are not the same.
Resolving the issue is interesting. The Japanese government does so.
He encouraged me to do similar things.
The latest revisions to Japan
People will have to lock IoT devices as part of it.
An unprecedented view of unstable IoT tools. Risk management
Researchers Jim Ogorman stresses the importance of improved care.
Whatever is attacked
The real problem is that builders are still building unsafe ships.
Equipment. Gorman said they waited for the bomb to explode inside.
Most of us are lucky to throw away insects.
Instead of attacking DDOS on them or using them for other purposes
Anger like this
Azurman says selling unsafe devices is a bad practice.
Traders have to stop and these companies have to invest a lot of money.
Efficient testing and maintenance procedures
Dana Tammy, head of marketing at Silverport, added another
An obvious increase should be added to IoT-type devices.
Even today, businesses need more stocks
It is difficult to find a way to secure IoT devices (MFA), a
A new generation of inconsistent MFA responses now provides seamless security
Tamir talks about these tools. Install the plug-in tool
Truth is the best way to avoid getting into trouble
Mark theft and marking to find and destroy equipment.