Episode 34: Satori Botnet, OilRig, PowerShell Security, and the Dragonfly Campaign

Digital Shadows

Richard Gold and Rose Bernard join Michael Marriott to talked about updates to the Satori botnet, which has expanded to incorporate new IoT devices using TCP port 5555. Amid news of a new wave of OIlRig attacks, a Middle Eastern espionage campaign, we dive into PowerShell security risks and provide advice on best practices for those using PowerShell. For more information on PowerShell Security Best Practices, check out our blog https://www.digitalshadows.com/blog-and-research/powershell-security-best-practices/. Finally, we assess the Dragonfly campaign against US power grids, and understand what it all means.

Listen on Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-24-satori-botnet-oilrig-powershell-security/id1326304686?i=1000416741473&mt=2

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