Malicious NPM packages steal Amazon, Slack, and Linux Unix password files More

Security researchers found that the new malicious NPM packages target Amazon, Slack, Zillow and Lyft code repositories and likely steal Linux and Unix password files. Experts also claimed they could reopen the reverse shells to hackers.

(Photo: Photo by Quinn Rooney / Getty Images) The Amazon website was seen on December 5, 2017 in Dandenong, Australia. Amazon has put an end to months of speculation by launching its local website overnight. The online retail giant has started taking orders and shipping products from its “logistics center” in Dandenong South, which offers huge discounts on millions of items in more than 20 …

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