Cyber

NATO server hacked, files published

“A NATO server appears to have been hacked by a group that claims to have rooted the server with a private zero day exploit.

A private zero day exploit is a vulnerability discovered in a system that is not disclosed publicly before being used in an attack.

A 50 MB backup of 2646 files from what reportedly was NATO’s Apache Tomcat servlet was posted on a cyberlocker to prove the attack.”

(Source: NATO server hacked, files published – Security – Technology – News – iTnews.com.au.)

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