FunkyBot: A New Android Malware Family Targeting Japan

Last year, FortiGuard Labs identified a malware campaign targeting Japanese users. The campaign impersonated a logistics company and deployed an Android malware called FakeSpy. We have been monitoring these actors and the phishing websites they created, and recently we noticed that they have started deploying a different Android payload. As Continue Reading

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rsyslog not working – Control WebPanel Wiki

If you have an issue that your logs are not working on the centos 7 then check what rsyslog version you have. Know to have issuesrsyslog-8.24.0-34.el7.x86_64 How to check rpm -qa|grep sysl rsyslog-8.24.0-34.el7.x86_64 service rsyslog status Redirecting to /bin/systemctl status rsyslog.service ● rsyslog.service – System Logging Service Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/rsyslog.service; Continue Reading

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Office 365 Vulnerabilities Every Business Should Consider

While many businesses are moving their email from on-premises to the cloud, many that have already made the switch have discovered that cloud hosted email has its share of drawbacks to go along with the benefits these businesses had originally sought. To help businesses make the right decision when choosing Continue Reading

Mautic community forums re-launched

It gives me great pleasure to share that we have just re-launched the Mautic community forums at https://forum.mautic.org.  As many of you will know, most of the forums were disabled due to extreme levels of spam experienced in the past, combined with a lack of resources to deal with the Continue Reading

Mautic Community Manifesto

Mautic is an Open Source Project created and driven by DB Hurley, who also founded Mautic Inc. (which was recently acquired by Acquia). To further sharpen the vision for Mautic’s future, there has been a public process to determine the community’s position and express its expectations.  A lot of good Continue Reading

Tracking Down a Big Phish

A FortiGuard SE Threat Research Blog     As a threat researcher, I have learned that continually monitoring malicious activities often provides unique insights into criminal behavior. This is due to three things. First, threat actors tend to be more like sheep than mavericks because they work in clusters. I don’t Continue Reading

Multiple WordPress Plugins SQL Injection Vulnerabilities

Introduction In July 2019, Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs discovered and reported nine SQL injection vulnerabilities in nine different popular WordPress plugins across a variety of categories, including advertisement, donation, gallery, forms, newsletter, and video player. These plugins are being actively used by hundreds of thousands of WordPress websites, with some of Continue Reading

Securing Your Dynamic Cloud Strategy

Historically, the transition from older technology to new technology is pretty straightforward. While a handful of folks using an Underwood manual typewriter may have been reluctant to give them up, the majority of users were eager to switch to an electric model. Today, people line up around the block to Continue Reading