Security Newsletter
10 June 2019
 
GoldBrute Botnet Brute-Force Attacking 1.5M RDP Servers
While the end-goal of the group controlling the botnet is not clear, it appears that GoldBrute is currently using brute-force methods to attack about 1.5 million Remote Desktop Protocol servers that have exposed connections to the open internet.
A scan using the Shodan search engine shows that there are at least 2.4 million of these exposed Remote Desktop Protocol servers throughout the world. GoldBrute, however, seems to use its own list as part of the attacks and keeps expanding as that list grows.
While there is not an immediate connection between BlueKeep and GoldBrute, it doesn't mean that the group controlling the botnet could not use that vulnerability in the future.
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