RIPE NCC Responds to the Rove Digital/DNS Changer Re-allocations

RIPE has publicly responded to the surprise felt by members of the DCWG and others involved with the Rove Digital/DNS Changer clean up community. The statement on their web page is as follows: 15 Aug 2012 — ripe ncc As reported in previous announcements, the RIPE NCC will go to court in the Netherlands on Read More

Beware! DNS Changer IP Blocks are re-allocated and advertised!

DNS Changer Update As of Friday morning (August 10, 2012), the IP address blocks used by the DNS Changer –  Rove Digital criminal operations have been re-allocated by RIPE-NCC and advertised to the Internet: http://www.ris.ripe.net/cgi-bin/lg/index.cgi?rrc=RRC001&query=1&arg=85.255.112.0%2F20 http://www.ris.ripe.net/dashboard/85.255.112.0/20 As a reminder, the Rove Digital/DNS Changer Crew used the following IP address blocks for their nefarious activities: 85.255.112.0/20 Read More

Huawei’s Customers Share Accountability

Vendors have a responsibility to deliver products to the best of their “security” capacity. At the same time the vendor’s customer have a responsibility to push for security accountability. Huawei’s Customers share accountability for the lack of security capabilities and capacity.  Huawei responds to the DEFCON presentation ….  “We are aware of the media reports Read More

Huawei Vulnerabilities – the Real Risk & what you should do now

The Facts: Two researchers from Recurity Labs – Felix Lindner (also known as “FX”) and Gregor Kopf – presented a talk at DEFCON titled:  Hacking [Redacted] Routers. (see https://www.defcon.org/html/defcon-20/dc-20-speakers.html#FX). Their work examined the Huawei AR18 and AR28 routers. Exploitable vulnerabilities were discovered. Questions to the quality of the code were raised. A general concern in Read More