Over the last few months, officials have been piecing together the case against Rigzone founder, David Kent. After selling the Rigzone domain several years ago, Kent used several backdoors he’d implemented to access account information for over 700,000 customers, which he then attempted to sell back to Rigzone. By setting up several dummy accounts, Rigzone staff determined the specific IP address Kent used and apprehend him.
Criminals Hack Eastern Europe Bank for Millions
In the last year, banks in several Eastern European countries have seen a drastic rise in fraudulent charges at ATMs that have allowed hackers to make off with nearly $40 million dollars. Attackers start by manipulating the banks overdraft protection and setting up proxies to allow accomplices in other countries withdraw massive quantities of money from separate accounts. In addition to spoofing the overdraft system, the attackers also installed remote access software on bank computers to enable further intrusion to the institution’s systems.
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RDP Bug in Win10 v1903 - disconnecting RDP sessions WITHOUT LOGGING OFF causes one CPU core to spike https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/c0agnb/1903_dwmexe_goes_to_100_cpu_on_remote_host_after/
As a workaround on all of my affected machines I have used Group Policy Editor to set
Local Computer Policy - Computer Configuration - Administrative Templates - Windows Components - Remote Desktop Service - Remote Desktop Session Host - Remote Session Environment
-> Use WDDM graphics display driver for Remote Desktop Connections to DISABLED
This forces RDP to use the old (and now deprecated XDDM drivers)
After rebooting, behaviour returns to normal and after disconnecting from an RDP session the RDP host (target machine) no longer shows DWM.EXE consuming CPU.
To my knowledge, this problem is not yet confirmed by Microsoft, although anyone can reproduce it on any hardware and any VM.