Nearly half of all Internet traffic in 2022 came from bots

Recall the era when the Internet served as a platform for individuals to explore and exchange knowledge with one another? Well, those days are diminishing rapidly, as indicated by the latest annual report from Imperva, a cybersecurity software and services company. The report reveals a staggering statistic: 47.4 percent of all Internet traffic in 2022 originated from bots, marking a 5.1 percent increase from the 42.3 percent of malicious bot traffic recorded the previous year. It's a considerabl

RDP honeypot targeted 3.5 million times in brute-force attacks

Exposed remote desktop connections act as a significant attractor for hackers, receiving an average of over 37,000 connection attempts daily from diverse IP addresses. In the initial stages, these attacks are automated, but once the hackers obtain the appropriate access credentials, they transition to manual searches for crucial or sensitive files.

Thousands of Websites Hijacked Using Compromised FTP Credentials

Often, the assailants successfully acquired meticulously secured, auto-generated FTP credentials, employing them to seize control of targeted websites and reroute visitors to adult-themed material. This campaign, likely in progress since September 2022, has led to the infiltration of a minimum of 10,000 websites, encompassing those owned by small businesses and even some operated by major corporations. The diversity in hosting providers and technology stacks complicates the identification of a u

1M+ WordPress Sites Hacked via Zero-Day Plug-in Bugs

As per Sucuri's research, the campaign, named "Balada Injector" by the firm, is not only highly active but also remarkably enduring, infecting targeted websites with malware since at least 2017. Once embedded into the site, the malicious code redirects visitors to various scam destinations, including fraudulent tech support, deceptive lottery winnings, and prompts for Captcha solutions through push notifications.

FritzFrog Botnet Attacks Millions of SSH Servers

Introducing FritzFrog, a peer-to-peer (P2) botnet that has recently emerged onto the cybersecurity landscape. Researchers report that since January, this botnet has been actively infiltrating SSH servers. SSH servers, integral pieces of software found in various devices such as routers and IoT devices, utilize the secure shell protocol to facilitate connections from remote computers. These servers are prevalent in both enterprise and consumer environments.

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