AT&T Data Security Analysts Brian Rexroad, John Hogoboom and Matt Keyser 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.
- 02:06 - Bugzilla’s Bugs Possibly Exposed [source]
- 05:15 - Mac Malware Using Reddit as C&C [source]
- 10:39 - Heavy Scanning on Port 0/tcp[source]
- 21:35 - Tyupkin malware on ATMs [source]
- 24:47 - Internet Weather Report
- Top ports being probed: 0/tcp, 22/tcp, 3389/tcp, 80/tcp, 53/udp, 23/tcp, 445/tcp, 8080/tcp, 8:0/icmp
- Top ports doing the most probing: 3:3/icmp, 445/tcp, 80/tcp, 8080/tcp, 23/tcp, 8:0/icmp, 8080/tcp, 0:0/icmp, 27015/udp, 16470/udp
- Focused discussion: 0/tcp, 10000/tcp, 32764/tcp, ZeroAccess P2P
Originally recorded October 7, 2014.
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