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cross assembler

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(Computer Science) an assembler that runs on a computer other than the one for which it assembles programs
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In a video, the security researchers that discovered the bug showcased how they could see which websites were being viewed on the target computer, in real time.
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The Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Act 2018 is, in many respects, an apt illustration of just the sort of legislative intervention which persuaded us about the importance of issuing the declaration.The law aims at filling the legal gap on crimes that target computer systems and enable their timely detection and investigation.
If the PowerShell script is successfully run, it injects code which downloads the final payload from the malicious command and control server, which unpacks the malware onto the target computer, alongside functions which allow the attacker to use Tor to hide their tracks.
Analysis reveals that, upon successful exploitation of the vulnerability, the FinSpy malware (also known as FinFisher) is installed on the target computer. FinSpy is a commercial malware, typically sold to nation states and law enforcement agencies to conduct surveillance.
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under this procedure contracting it wishes to acquire 1 new waste compactor target computer (not used, not refurbished).
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