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  2. Operation AntiSec - Wikipedia

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    Operation Anti-Security, also referred to as Operation AntiSec or #AntiSec, is a series of hacking attacks performed by members of the hacking group LulzSec and Anonymous, and others inspired by the announcement of the operation.

  3. Dirty COW - Wikipedia

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    Dirty COW ( Dirty copy-on-write) is a computer security vulnerability for the Linux kernel that affected all Linux-based operating systems, including Android devices, that used older versions of the Linux kernel created before 2018. It is a local privilege escalation bug that exploits a race condition in the implementation of the copy-on-write ...

  4. Plus (interbank network) - Wikipedia

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    Plus System, Inc. (also known as Visa Plus or simply Plus) is a Denver-based ATM network that provides cash to Visa cardholders. As a subsidiary of Visa Inc., Plus System connects all Visa credit, debit and prepaid cards, as well as ATM cards issued by various banks worldwide bearing the Visa logo.

  5. Joanap - Wikipedia

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    Joanap is a remote access tool that is a type of malware used by the government of North Korea.It is two-stage malware, meaning it is "dropped" by another software (in this case the Brambul worm, which was part of the charges against Park Jin Hyok in 2018).

  6. Pegasus (spyware) - Wikipedia

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    Pegasus (spyware) Pegasus is a spyware developed by the Israeli cyberarms firm NSO Group that can be covertly installed on mobile phones (and other devices) running most versions of iOS and Android. The 2021 Project Pegasus revelations suggest that the current Pegasus software can exploit all recent iOS versions up to iOS 14.6.

  7. iSeeYou - Wikipedia

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    The Apple laptops affected are capable of running a variety of operating systems, including macOS, Microsoft Windows, and Linux. Mitigations against iSeeYou may vary by operating system. The researchers released a macOS kernel extension, iSightDefender, to reduce the attack surface under macOS.

  8. BlueKeep - Wikipedia

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    BlueKeep (CVE-2019-0708) is a security vulnerability that was discovered in Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) implementation, which allows for the possibility of remote code execution. First reported in May 2019, it is present in all unpatched Windows NT-based versions of Microsoft Windows from Windows 2000 through Windows Server 2008 ...