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Next NSA Exploit Payload Could be Much Worse Than WannaCry

Researchers urge Windows admins to apply MS17-010 before the next attack using the EternalBlue NSA exploit deploys a worse payload than WannaCry ransomware.

Watch live: SpaceX attempts to launch tonight, maintain record pace

The 49-minute launch window opens at 7:21 p.m.

ET Monday. No return possible.

Ztorg: money for infecting your smartphone

This research started when we discovered an infected Pokeacute;mon GO guide in Google Play. We detected the malware as Trojan.AndroidOS.Ztorg.ad.

After some searching, I found some other similar infected apps that were being distributed from the Google Play Store.

After I started tracking these infected apps, two things struck me – how rapidly they became popular and the comments in the user review sections.

An NSA-derived ransomware worm is shutting down computers worldwide

Wcry uses weapons-grade exploit published by the NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers.

SpaceX may finally be reaching a nirvana of high flight rates

Company may also fly as many as six "flight proven" boosters this year.

You only need 60 bytes to hose Linux’s rpcbind

Sigh ... people just leave it on without blocking the port world+dog knows it uses.
So patch it or close it, people A 60 byte payload sent to a UDP socket to the rpcbind service can crash its host by filling up the target's memory.…

Vector barrels ahead with its small-satellite launcher

“Honestly, this is like shooting turkeys in a drum."

NASA seeks industry help with lunar landings, potentially sample return

NASA considers scientific missions that could answer questions about lunar ice.

Air Force study says US government should get serious about reusable...

The report warns that China could copy these ideas and surpass the United States.

OSX.Bella: Mac Malware Strikes Again

This variant of the OSX.Dok dropper behaves altogether differently, and installs a completely different payload.

SpaceX just provided views of a rocket landing all the way...

Because SpaceX couldn't show the whole launch, we got amazing views of the landing.

Watch live: SpaceX’s second attempt to launch its first spy satellite

Not much is known about the National Reconnaissance Office's NROL-76 satellite.