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VPNFilter Evolving to Be a More Dangerous Threat
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User Rank: Apprentice
9/27/2018 | 1:11:46 AM
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it's one of the dangerous threat i heard in the news that the strange happend to the actor. so now days ther is no safety for any one i think by hearing this kind news i was amazed and worried.  so  its good for sharing such a wonderful news to us so that we could also no about these statements.
User Rank: Ninja
9/28/2018 | 2:15:24 PM
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it's one of the dangerous threat I agree. It needs to be neutralized quite soon.
User Rank: Ninja
9/28/2018 | 2:13:55 PM
I thought we are already done with this, why is tho is coming back.
User Rank: Ninja
9/28/2018 | 2:17:02 PM
Encrypted tunnels
The new capabilities include including an expanded ability to move laterally between endpoints on a network, data filtering, and multiple encrypted tunnels to mask command-and-control and data exfiltration traffic. This new capabilities are poring new threats obviously.
User Rank: Ninja
9/28/2018 | 2:18:32 PM
it appears that VPNFilter has been entirely neutralized Piece of a good news abound among many bad news.
User Rank: Ninja
9/28/2018 | 2:20:56 PM
The sophisticated nature of this framework further illustrates the advanced capabilities of the threat actors making use of it Sophistication of threats are unimaginable, they are getting very advanced in every way.

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