Microsoft fixes vulnerability affecting all Windows versions since 1996

Another vulnerability in the same Windows component was abused by Stuxnet a decade ago. A vulnerability in a decades-old Windows component that controls printing on machines running the operating system could be abused by malicious actors to gain elevated privileges on the targeted system, according to security researchers Yarden Shafir and Alex Ionescu. The flaw, which … More Microsoft fixes vulnerability affecting all Windows versions since 1996

Registers as “Default Print Monitor”, but is a malicious downloader. Meet DePriMon

ESET researchers have discovered a new downloader with a novel, not previously seen in the wild installation technique. DePriMon is a malicious downloader, with several stages and using many non-traditional techniques. To achieve persistence, the malware registers a new local port monitor – a trick falling under the “Port Monitors” technique in the MITRE ATT&CK knowledgebase. … More Registers as “Default Print Monitor”, but is a malicious downloader. Meet DePriMon