Posts Tagged: Service


DIY commercially-available ‘automatic Web site hacking as a service’ spotted in the wild

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A newly launched underground market service, aims to automate the unethical penetration testing process, by empowering virtually all of its (paying) customers with what they claim is ‘private exploitation techniques’ capable of compromising any Web site. More details:

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Newly launched E-shop for hacked PCs charges based on malware ‘executions’

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By Dancho¬†Danchev On the majority of¬†occasions, Cybercrime-as-a-Service vendors will sell access to malware-infected hosts to virtually anyone who pays for them, without bothering to know what happens once the transaction takes place. A newly launched E-shop for malware-infected hosts, however, has introduced a novel approach for calculating the going rate for the hacked PCs. Basically, they’re selling actual malicious binary “executions” on the hosts that the vendor is managing, instead of just selling access to them. A diversified international underground market proposition? Check. A novel approach to monetize malware-infected hosts? Not at all. Let’s profile the actual market proposition, and […]

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