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.
- 02:34 - Dyre: New Banking Malware [source] [source]
- 07:23 - Apple IDs Targeted by Phishers [source]
- 8:38 - Patch Tuesday [source] [source]
- 12:21 - Home-Based Routers Under Attack [source]
- 20:03 - Semalt Botnet Spam [source]
- 24:04 - Knocking Wearable Camera Devices Offline [source] [source]
- 30:55 - Internet Weather Report
- Top ports being probed: 22/tcp, 23/tcp, 1433/tcp, 445/tcp, 53/udp, 8:0/icmp, 25/tcp, 3389/tcp, 80/tcp, 8080/tcp
- Top ports doing the most probing: 23/tcp, 445/tcp, 3:3/icmp, 80/tcp, 8080/tcp, 8:0/icmp, 27015/udp, 8081/tcp, 3128/tcp, 0:0/icmp
- Focused discussion: 53413/udp, 49152/tcp, 5666/tcp, 161/udp, 25/tcp
Originally recorded September 9, 2014.
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