According to an Iranian cyber security firm a sophisticated rootkit has been designed to target HP servers. Dubbed as iLOBleed, the malware was analyzed by Tehran-based Amnpardaz, which indicates that it has been used to target organizations in Iran. There is no further information available.
The mastermind behind the attacks involving iLOBleed is yet to identify. Its sophistication suggests it’s likely an advanced persistent threat (APT) actor. An implant iLOBleed targets HPE’s Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) embedded server management technology. This enables users to remotely monitor, configure and update their servers.
Read More: Securityweek
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