22 Feb 2021

Python programming language hurries out update to tackle remote code vulnerability

Python 3.9.1 and 3.8.8 have been rushed out by the Python Software Foundation after two security flaws. One of the two flaws is remotely exploitable, but only threatens to knock a machine offline. This remote code execution vulnerability is being tracked as CVE-2021-3177. The release of the new system upgrades

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04 Sep 2020

Evilnum APT Group Employs New Python RAT

An APT group called Evilnum has reportedly adopted a new Python remote access Trojan (RAT). The new RAT was designed to target financial tech organizations through the creation of highly specific and sophisticating spear phishing attacks. Over the past few weeks, researchers have detected noticeable shifts in Evilnum’s tools, techniques,

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