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  • Memory corruption lets attackers hijack control flow, execute code, elevate privileges, and leak data. ARM’s Memory Tagging Extension (MTE) aims to mitigate by tagging memory and checking tags on access.  The following researchers found speculative execution attacks can leak MTE tags via new TIKTAG gadgets exploiting branch prediction, prefetchers, and store-to-load forwarding.  Cybersecurity analysts developed […] The post New ARM ‘TIKTAG’ Attack Impacts Google Chrome, Linux Systems appeared first on GBHackers on Security | #1 Globally Trusted Cyber Security News…

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  • Cybersecurity experts have identified a new type of malware called “Noodle RAT,” which Chinese-speaking hacker groups use to target Linux servers. Although this malware has been active since 2016, it has only recently been properly classified, shedding light on its extensive use in both espionage and cybercrime. The Emergence of Noodle RAT Noodle RAT, also […] The post Chinese Hackers using New Noodle RAT to Attack Linux Servers appeared first on GBHackers on Security | #1 Globally Trusted Cyber Security…

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