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“Uber yourself before you are Kodak’d” at an customer internal event in The Hague
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3 days ago by TomRaftery
What are some good entry level jobs in the supply chain field? : supplychain
I'm majoring in SC Mgmt and Analytics and will be a senior next year. I need something to do this summer and want to make it relevant to my field....
4 days ago by aliksd
REPORT: Tainted Garments: The Exploitation of Women and Girls in India’s Home-based Garment Sector
Conducted by leading labour experts at the University of California. Key findings:
99.3% of the workers are either Muslims or belong to a heavily subordinated community, called a “Scheduled Caste.”
99.2% of workers toil in conditions of forced labour under Indian law, which means they do not receive the state stipulated minimum wage. In fact, most workers received between 50% and 90% less than the state-stipulated minimum wages. Only a handful of males working near the city of Jaipur received proper wages for their work.
95.5% of workers are female.
2019  India  caste  dalit  bondedlabour  slavery  slaverykey  slaveryindiakey  indiakey  businesskey  businessandhr  business  supplychain  Report  study  children  labour  dalitwomen  women  childlabour 
19 days ago by idsn
Study finds Dalits working in forced and child labour in India’s garment industry (IDSN News)
An extensive study on home-based garment workers in India found 99 per cent of workers toiled in conditions of forced labor under Indian law, with over 99 per cent of the workers found to be either Dalits or Muslims. The prevalence of child labour was over 15 per cent and many cases of bonded labour were also documented. 85 per cent of the workers supplied global brands.The report “Tainted Garments: The Exploitation of Women and Girls in India’s Home-based Garment Sector” was conducted by leading labour experts at the University of California.
2019  India  IDSN  idsnnews  news  caste  dalit  bondedlabour  slavery  slaverykey  slaveryindiakey  indiakey  businesskey  businessandhr  business  supplychain  Report  study  children  labour  dalitwomen  women  childlabour 
19 days ago by idsn
The Design to Operate interactive Demo at , including eye movement Tracking to move into favourit…
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20 days ago by TomRaftery
Awesome - Bumble Bee Foods, SAP Create Blockchain to Track Fish Ocean to Table
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21 days ago by TomRaftery
Hackers Hijacked ASUS Software Updates to Install Backdoors on Thousands of Computers - Motherboard
half a million Windows machines received the malicious backdoor through the ASUS update server, although the attackers appear to have been targeting only about 600 of those system

new supply-chain detection technology to its scanning tool to catch anomalous code fragments hidden in legitimate code or catch code that is hijacking normal operations on a machine

The infamous Flame spy tool, developed by some of the same attackers behind Stuxnet, was the first known attack to trick users in this way by hijacking the Microsoft Windows updating tool on machines to infect computers
asus  cybersecurity  backdoor  kaspersky  ioc  apt  supplychain  scrm 
24 days ago by bwiese
Operation ShadowHammer | Securelist
certain evidence we have collected allows us to link this attack to the ShadowPad incident from 2017. The actor behind the ShadowPad incident has been publicly identified by Microsoft in court documents as BARIUM. BARIUM is an APT actor known to be using the Winnti backdoor. Recently, our colleagues from ESET wrote about another supply chain attack in which BARIUM was also involved, that we believe is connected to this case as well. - check MAC addresses targeted

Kaspersky Lab verdicts for the malware used in this and related attacks:

Domains and IPs:

Some of the URLs used to distribute the compromised packages:

Hashes (

cybersecurity  asus  backdoor  scrm  kaspersky  ioc  supplychain 
24 days ago by bwiese
Some ASUS Updates Drop Backdoors on PCs in 'Operation ShadowHammer' | Threatpost
A supply-chain attack dubbed “Operation ShadowHammer” has been uncovered, targeting users of the ASUS Live Update Utility with a backdoor injection. The China-backed BARIUM APT is suspected to be at the helm of the project.

According to Kaspersky Lab, the campaign ran from June to at least November 2018 and may have impacted more than a million users worldwide – though the adversaries appear to have been after specific victims in Asia.

The threat surface is not small: The ASUS Live Update Utility is a pre-installed utility in most new ASUS computers, for automatic BIOS, UEFI, drivers and applications updates.

true to their APT nature, the attackers were interested in a specific subset of users. About 600 hard-coded MAC addresses were found in the backdoor code (MAC addresses uniquely identify a network adaptor that connects a computer to a network); if the victim’s machine didn’t match up with one of the specified MAC addresses, the malware went dormant. If it did, the malware downloaded the next payload.

230 different backdoored samples

BARIUM, a Chinese state player that also goes by APT17, Axiom and Deputy Dog, was previously linked to the ShadowPad and CCleaner incidents, which were also supply-chain attacks. that used software updates to sneak onto machines.
asus  backdoor  apt  china  bios  uefi  scrm  supplychain 
24 days ago by bwiese

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