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OceanLotus APT32 behind Torii IoT Botnet

Updated on 2022-11-15: OceanLotus attacks Chinese security firm QiAnXin published a report on Monday about recent attacks of OceanLotus, a Vietnamese state-sponsored group, that have targeted Chinese organizations through 2021. The report details the group’s use of three zero-days, one in an unnamed antivirus product and two zero-days in an unnamed workstation management system. QiAnXin …

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IoT Purchasing Rules for Federal Agencies Take Effect in December

Starting next month, US federal agencies will be required to implement Internet of Things (IoT) cybersecurity guidelines developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The IoT Cybersecurity Act of 2020 directed NIST to create a series of documents to address the needs of federal agencies seeking to deploy IoT devices within their …

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Singapore and Germany Reach IoT Labeling Agreement

Updated on 2022-10-20: Singapore and Germany Reach IoT Labeling Agreement Singapore and Germany have signed an agreement to recognize each other’s Internet of Things (IoT) security labels. Singapore’s Cyber Security Agency (CSA) reached a similar agreement with Finland last autumn. CSA has recently expanded its labeling scheme to included medical devices. Note As we know …

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Matter 1.0 Smart Home Standard Specification Released

On September 28, the Connectivity Standards Alliance released the specification for the smart home standard Matter 1.0. “The Matter specification defines fundamental requirements to enable an interoperable application layer solution for smart home devices over the Internet Protocol.” Matter allows communication between devices on the local network, and it is encrypted. Note While there seems …

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EZVIZ Smart Camera Vulnerabilities

Researchers from Bitdefender have detected multiple vulnerabilities in EZVIZ smart cameras. Three of the flaws – a stack-based buffer overflow vulnerability, an insecure direct object reference vulnerability, and a strong passwords in a recoverable format vulnerability – can be exploited remotely. A fourth flaw – an improper initialization vulnerability – is locally exploitable. The flaws …

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