You Don’t See This Often: Simultaneous FBI, DHS, and DoD Cyber Espionage Alerts


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Multiple arms of the US government issued warnings this week to private companies and contractors about a prolonged cyber espionage campaign which has centered around the theft of sensitive business information, according to documents obtained by Motherboard.

The hackers have been in some systems for over a year before being detected and have deployed a wide range of different types of malware, using infrastructure originating from China, according to an FBI document.

“The FBI has obtained information regarding multiple malicious cyber actor groups that have compromised sensitive business information from US commercial and government networks through cyber espionage,” reads a May 2 FBI alert from the agency’s cyber division. In what is potentially a sign of how serious the attacks are, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a related Joint Analysis Report, and the Defense Security Service (DSS), which is part of the Department of Defense (DoD), distributed its own Cyber Alert.

“For all three to do anything coordinated is usually interesting,” Robert M. Lee, a former US Air Force cyber warfare operations officer and founder and CEO of Dragos Security, told Motherboard in a Twitter message. However, Lee said this sort of coordination all depends on the subject matter and what prompted the agencies to publish together, which is not immediately clear. The DSS did not respond to a request for comment on this point.

“The reports provide validated malicious domains associated with command and control functions of customized malicious software or that have been identified hosting malicious files,” reads the DSS alert, also obtained by Motherboard.

https://motherboard.vice.com/read/rare-simultaneous-fbi-dhs-and-dod-cyber-espionage-alerts

 

ALERT: Obama Brings In 13,000+ Muslims Who Support Suicide Bombing – PER YEAR.


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The U.S. now has over 100,000 Muslims being granted entry into the United States each year. That means according to the Pew Research data, 13000 of those Muslims coming into America EACH YEAR support suicide bombing some of the time. One percent of those polled indicated it was justified most of the time. That figure represents a truly radical mindset and is growing by 1000 Muslims into the U.S. every year.

ALERT: Obama Brings In 13,000+ Muslims Who Support Suicide Bombing – PER YEAR.

ALERT: OBAMA BRINGS IN 13,000+ MUSLIMS WHO SUPPORT SUICIDE BOMBINGS – PER YEAR


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The U.S. now has over 100,000 Muslims being granted entry into the United States each year. That means according to the Pew Research data, 13000 of those Muslims coming into America EACH YEAR support suicide bombing some of the time. One percent of those polled indicated it was justified most of the time. That figure represents a truly radical mindset and is growing by 1000 Muslims into the U.S. every year.

ALERT: Obama Brings In 13,000+ Muslims Who Support Suicide Bombings – PER YEAR

FDA Issues its First-Ever Cybersecurity Alert


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The FDA warned that the Symbiq Infusion System, manufactured by Hospira, contains vulnerabilities in its software that could allow a hacker to adjust the dosage of a drug.

The vulnerabilities were first detected by cybersecurity researcher Billy Rios, and later confirmed by the Department of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team.

The FDA says Hospira is aware of the cybersecurity weaknesses with the Symbiq Infusion System, and has recommended hospitals stop using them and switch to alternative infusion systems. The agency said it was not aware “of any patient adverse events or unauthorized access of a Symbiq Infusion System in a health care setting.”

Hospira has stopped manufacturing and distributing the Symbiq Infusion System, which was “due to unrelated issues,” according to the FDA. However, many of them are still available for purchase through medical supply companies. The FDA advised health care facilities to avoid purchasing the pumps from these third parties.

http://www.allgov.com/news/top-stories/fda-issues-its-first-ever-cybersecurity-alert?news=857125

FDA ISSUES ITS FIRST-EVER CYBERSECURITY ALERT


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The FDA warned that the Symbiq Infusion System, manufactured by Hospira, contains vulnerabilities in its software that could allow a hacker to adjust the dosage of a drug.

The vulnerabilities were first detected by cybersecurity researcher Billy Rios, and later confirmed by theDepartment of Homeland Security’s Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team.

The FDA says Hospira is aware of the cybersecurity weaknesses with the Symbiq Infusion System, and has recommended hospitals stop using them and switch to alternative infusion systems. The agency said it was not aware “of any patient adverse events or unauthorized access of a Symbiq Infusion System in a health care setting.”

http://www.infowars.com/fda-issues-its-first-ever-cybersecurity-alert/