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Looking Ahead Toward the Threat Horizon

Par MX Logic ThreatBlog
Le [2009-09-02] à 04:10:38



Présentation : In my copious amounts of spare time one of the things that I like to put thought into is where I believe the Threat Landscape is headed. Even in just the last 10 years since the Melissa virus yes, I know viruses extend quite a bit further back than that. I'm just using this as a reference point we've gone from mass mailing viruses to network worms that run through your network compromising any vulnerable host as quickly as it can to social engineering tricks that sometimes even make it difficult for the trained professional to tell whether something is real or fake. So, the question that I pose to myself is What's Next Taking even just the events of the last decade into account, where are we headed for the next few years Some of this is obviously hard to determine because that also involves being able to forecast what new technologies will be released, but we can start to make some assumptions based off of what is available today. Since this is a blog post, I'll try to keep this relatively brief. Maybe it is something that I can submit as an article to some technology pub as a full byline article Here's a free plug for the folks over at IN Secure Magazine, who just released Issue 22 today. I like them and I've had the opportunity to write for them twice now at some point soon. Some things to think about -- The Insider Threat Especially given the current economic conditions and the uneasiness around many offices around the country as to whether or not their companies will remain viable, organizations need to be ever cognizant of the data that is leaving their organization. Given that the latest USB 3.0 spec that was released in November 2008 allows for data transfer speeds at about 5Gb per second sensitive, proprietary corporate data can be pulled off a company's network an onto a thumb drive faster than ever before. Couple that with the number of disgruntled employees who either see the writing on the wall for their own jobs or who are upset at benefit and wage freezes cutbacks, and you have a dangerous cocktail for data theft. We need to make sure we are putting as much focus on protecting our sensitive assets from insiders who much more easily have access to proprietary data as we do keeping the external threats at bay. -- VoIP Voice over Internet Telephony technologies are being adopted at an ever increasing rate. This is happening not only in the enterprise space, but in the consumer market. Services like Vonage make it easier than ever for people to have portable phone numbers so that they can be easily reachable at local numbers by family members out of state. VoIP implementations at organizations are also becoming ever popular as well. As these technologies become more widely adopted we have started to see hints of what abuse of these tools might look like. Throw away phone numbers used to make spam phone calls have started to become more common. There are services available online which allow you to purchase throw away numbers in blocks. Spammers and can use and abuse these numbers just like they do IP addresses now. Another thing to watch out for is the compromise of VoIP systems as vulnerabilities start coming out in larger quantities. Threats like direct voicemail injection will become another method that cyber criminals will use in order to get advertisements delivered to end users. As the social engineering used in these threats improves, they could easily be used to steal personal identities and corporate data. -- Mobile Malware Let's face it. The phones that we carry in our pockets are little personal computers. Although they lack the computing power of the quad-core processors now becoming commonplace on personal computers, they are another always connected device that people always have turned on. I think the only time that I turn mine off on a weekly basis is when we are doing our weekly recording of the Security Buzz podcast, and that is mainly because the GSM buzz wreaks havoc with the microphones and our Executive Producer's headphones . As mobile phone manufacturers have opened up their APIs to developers to create third party applications, they will need to be ever diligent in their QA processes to make sure that applications don't get posted to their distribution channels that contain some form of malware or open up a trojan backdoor to the device. The mobile phone industry is growing by leaps and bounds with the addition of new, better, more feature rich smartphones entering the market. The smartphone market is too large of a target for cyber criminals to ignore, especially if you consider the value of the data that we are now storing on these devices. Secure sandboxing of third party applications is a must, but that is only a start. Only hundreds of mobile malware variants exist today compared to the approximately 1 every 4 seconds that is released for PCs , but that number is slowly growing and as hackers pay more attention to how they can penetrate mobile devices, that number is sure to only increase. -- Social Networking Social networks provide an interesting shift in the information sharing game because the rules that typically govern what personal data people are willing to share seem to have gone out the window. This has really opened the door for cyber criminals. With the data that is now available online through the use of social media sites like Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter criminals can much more easily target attacks to specific individuals or groups of individuals using data made available via public profiles or geolocation tools that map your IP address to what town you live in or near so that they can deliver compelling content which direct you to malware infected downloads ala the Waledac botnet . The Web of Trust that exists between users on social networking sites is being actively exploited regularly by hackers looking to take advantage of the fact that users will click on whatever their friends send to them. It's already been proven that people will click on links and open attachments from people they don't know so why would they judge more closely the content from those that they do. -- Political Hacktivism Recently cyber criminals have picked up the pace a bit with respect to using online resources like social networking sites to quickly spread political messages in order to help them spread propaganda and recruit people to fight for their cause. Due to the sensitive nature of political issues and the passion that people have for them, social engineering techniques like creating highly controversial views on sensitive topics is something that cyber criminals will latch onto in order to get people to react quickly and irresponsibly to either open attachments or visit websites that they would normally scrutinize more closely. These are only a small sampling of what I believe we will be encountering as we move forward I didn't even go into the increased prevalence of compromise of legitimate web sites, and the further use of file sharing services, and calendar spam , but they are things that we will need to keep top of mind as we look toward what threats are coming down the road. Hackers will go where the money is and the money is where the people are. So, whether it is Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, email, instant messenger, or our phones, criminals will leverage whatever technology is available because in their eyes the goal is to make money regardless of the available technologies, and if one person can be the one to figure out how to exploit a technology for their own financial gain before the others they'll end up getting the lion's share of the notoriety as well as beat defense mechanisms to the punch.




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