AT&T Data Security Analysts Brian Rexroad, Matt Keyser, John Hogoboom and Jim Clausing discuss the week's top cyber security news, and share news on the current trends of malware, spam, and internet anomalies observed on the AT&T Network.
- 01:38 - Russian Cyber-Spy Group [source] [source]
- 08:39 - Axiom Threat Group [source] [source]
- 15:17 - SMTP Servers get Shellshock'd [source] [source]
- 19:03 - From Bash to Strings [source]
- 24:55 - Internet Weather Report
- Top ports being probed: 53/udp, 22/tcp, 9064/tcp, 8:0/icmp, 23/tcp, 445/tcp, 8088/tcp, 8080/tcp, 80/tcp, 1900/udp
- Top ports doing the most probing: 3:3/icmp, 445/tcp, 23/tcp, 8:0/icmp, 80/tcp, 27015/tcp, 11:0/icmp, 8088/tcp, 5000/udp, 0:0/icmp
- Focused discussion: 161/udp, 1434/udp, 9064/tcp
Originally recorded October 28, 2014.
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