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HYUNDAI VOYAGER Container Ship, IMO 9347580
Where is the current position of hyundai voyager presently vessel hyundai voyager is a container ship sailing under the flag of marshall islands . her imo number is 9347580 and mmsi number is 538007486. main ship particulars are length of 294 m and beam of 32 m. maps show the following voyage data - present location, next port, estimated (eta) and predicted time of arrival (pta), speed, course, draught, photos, videos, local time, utc time..
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The current position of HYUNDAI VOYAGER is in Japan Sea with coordinates 34.71190° / 128.99819° as reported on 2023-11-08 05:26 by AIS to our vessel tracker app. The vessel's current speed is 15.1 Knots
The vessel HYUNDAI VOYAGER (IMO: 9347580, MMSI: 538007486) is a Container Ship that was built in 2008 ( 15 years old ) . It's sailing under the flag of [MH] Marshall Is .
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The current draught of HYUNDAI VOYAGER as reported by AIS is 10.7 meters
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- Length 294 m
- Draught 10.5 m / 0.2 m / 20.2 m Avg/Min/Max
- Speed 12.4 kn / 24.1 kn Avg/Max
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Container Ship, IMO 9347578
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The current position of HYUNDAI DYNASTY is at East Asia reported 33 hours ago by AIS. The vessel is en route to the port of Tianjin Xingang, China , sailing at a speed of 13.1 knots and expected to arrive there on Nov 12, 09:30 . The vessel HYUNDAI DYNASTY (IMO 9347578, MMSI 538007485) is a Container Ship built in 2008 (15 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Marshall Islands .
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The latest maritime cyber security threats
Dryad and cyber partners RedSkyAlliance present the latest attempted attacks within the maritime sector, by examining how email is used to deceive the recipient and potentially expose the target organisations.
In the latest trends, there are malicious actors attempting to use vessel names to try to spoof companies in the maritime supply chain. This week the partner observed a wide variety of maritime-related subject lines. Some of the new vessel names used this week include “MV Great Jin” and “MV Hyundai Voyager” among others.
In addition, analysts observed malicious subject line, “INQUIRY – RIO DE JANEIRO PORT – ETA: 19/12” used this week. This email leverages a few techniques to get the targeted users to open the malicious attachments. Interestingly the same subject line was used to target multiple different recipients.
These malicious emails all seem to have been sent from one group, or individual. The sender uses the single alias “Mohammed Yousef Abdul” with every email. The following email addresses were used to send malware to multiple targets using the subject line above:
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Multiple unique recipients were targeted by these malicious emails. The targeted industries point to attackers looking to either steal intellectual property, or to infiltrate vendors and suppliers as part of a future supply chain attack. Employees at the following companies were targeted by this actor:
- Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS)Kenya’s government agency responsible for the provision of Standards, Metrology, and Conformity Assessment services.
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- PR HoffmanHeadquartered in the United States, this company is identified as a an “ industry leader in wafer lapping and polishing machines and consumables.”
The message body is the same for all of the emails observed. It begins with a generic “Good day” greeting which is common among malicious emails. The message asks the recipient to open the attached file without specifying what it is; another common tactic used by attackers.
The attacker’s signature does not specify the company they work for. Also, the domain listed in the signature (whaletimemaritime[.]com) does not appear in any of the sending email addresses showing a mismatch between the sending email and email signature. This is another indicator that the email is illegitimate.
The email contains a malicious HTML (web page) file which is identified as phishing malware. Just as the subject line and message body are the same throughout all of the malicious emails, the attachment appears to be the same as well. The attached html file, titled “INQUIRY-DEC-2384.html,” would be downloaded by the target. Once the target opens the downloaded file, they will see a prompt to input their password to “view the spreadsheet file.”
Attackers even auto-filled the username field for the targets so that they only had to input their password to view the file. When the target inputs their password, they are led to the next page which is not actually a spreadsheet with data, but a screenshot of one (.png file).
The attackers are likely capturing these credentials and storing them to sell or use later. The fact that the spreadsheet screenshot is visible in Google Drive indicates attackers are seeking Google Drive or Microsoft Office credentials. The fact that any password unlocks the screenshot indicates that attackers are not verifying the validity of these credentials during the phishing attack lowering the sophistication of the attack.
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The message body starts off with a generic “Dear Valued Customer” greeting and is signed by MSC’s “Credit and Collections Dept.” Attached to the email is malicious .xlsm containing TrojanDownloader:O97M/Dridex.DR!MTB malware. This malware is used by attackers to steal banking and financial credentials associated with a target. However, this malware can be used to download other malicious modules and malware such as ransomware.
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A high-rise building in Moscow housing Russian government ministries has been hit by a drone for the second time in three days, the city’s mayor has said, as a Ukrainian presidential adviser said the Kremlin should expect more drone attacks and “more war”.
The Russian defence ministry said two drones were destroyed by air defence systems in the Odintsovo and Naro-Fominsk districts near Moscow in a fresh wave of attacks on Tuesday, while it claimed a third was jammed and went “out of control” before it crashed in the Moscow City business district, a cluster of glass skyscrapers that was built to show Russia’s growing integration into world financial markets. The ministry blamed Ukraine for what it called an “attempted terrorist attack”.
Photos and video showed that a drone had ripped off part of the facade of a modern skyscraper, IQ-Quarter, 3.4 miles (5.5km) from the Kremlin, which houses staff from several ministries, including Russia’s ministry of digital development, communications and mass media.
“The facade of the 21st floor was damaged. The glazing of 150 sq metres was broken,” the Moscow mayor, Sergei Sobyanin, said in a Telegram post, adding that no injuries had been reported.
Ukraine has not formally admitted it was behind the strikes on Sunday and early on Tuesday, though they appear to be part of a growing strategy to bring home the consequences of Vladimir Putin’s war to Russia’s civilian population.
The Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak suggested in a tweet on Tuesday that the Russian capital, whose residents have largely been able to ignore the devastation being meted out on a daily basis in Ukraine, was experiencing payback.
“Moscow is rapidly getting used to full-fledged war, which, in turn, will soon finally move to the territory of the ‘authors of the war’ to collect all their debts. Everything that will happen in Russia is an objective historical process.
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Russia’s economy ministry said its employees were working remotely after the latest attack. Moscow’s Vnukovo airport was also temporarily shut and flights redirected.
The Moscow City district towers, often unoccupied at night, are located further from the Kremlin than other highly defended government targets such as the ministry of defence, where Russia had stationed a Pantsir S-1 air defence system on the roof last year, and present a large, tall target.
In a video address on Sunday, the Ukrainian president, Volodymr Zelenskiy, made the same point as Podolyak as he said the war was coming home to Russia after three drones were shot down over Moscow.
“Gradually, the war is returning to the territory of Russia – to its symbolic centres and military bases. This is an inevitable, natural and absolutely fair process,” Zelenskiy said.
The attacks on Tuesday marked at least the fifth time that unmanned aerial vehicles have reached the Russian capital since May, when two drones came down over the Kremlin. Moscow and its surrounding area are more than 500km from the Ukrainian border and the conflict there.
While the damage so far has been relatively minor, the attacks appear designed to show up Moscow’s vulnerability to drone warfare. Ukrainian bloggers on Tuesday ironically repeated claims made in April by the commander of Russia’s air defences, Lieut Gen Andrey Demin.
“There is hardly a better sky shield anywhere in the world than Moscow,” Demin assured a Russian newspaper.
The Russian defence ministry said on Tuesday that it had also foiled a Ukrainian drone attack targeting patrol boats in the Black Sea.
The attack on Moscow came as Russia launched its own drone strike, on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city, injuring one person. Five Iranian-made Shahed drones were deployed, Ukrainian officials said.
Two floors of a college dormitory were destroyed and set on fire as Russia targeted “densely populated” areas of the north-eastern city, the mayor, Ihor Terekhov, said on Telegram on Tuesday, adding that three explosions had been heard in the city.
The chief of police in Kharkiv, Volodymyr Tymoshko, said there were two night-time strikes – one on the college and one on the city centre. One person was injured in the city centre.
It was unclear whether anyone was in the college building when it was struck, with local media initially saying it was empty and later reporting one person had been inside.
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- Seven-seat minivan
- 287-hp V-6 engine standard
- Nine-speed automatic transmission standard
- Front-wheel drive
- Wireless Android Auto, Apple CarPlay standard
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What is the 2022 chrysler voyager.
The Chrysler Voyager minivan is a less expensive alternative to the brand’s other minivan, the Pacifica , and is aimed at fleet buyers. The front-wheel-drive Voyager is powered by a 287-horsepower, 3.6-liter V-6 engine that works with a nine-speed automatic transmission.
What’s New on the 2022 Chrysler Voyager?
Chrysler’s Uconnect 5 multimedia system is now standard. Uconnect 5 includes over-the-air update capability, dual-phone Bluetooth connectivity, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity. Other new standard features include heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, second-row Stow ’n Go seats, power-sliding side doors and a power liftgate. A new air-filtration system is also standard.
What Features in the 2022 Chrysler Voyager Are Most Important?
Standard features include:
- 17-inch aluminum wheels
- Tri-zone manual air conditioning
- Remote start
- Cloth upholstery
- 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system
- Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Available features include:
- Navigation with 10.1-inch touchscreen
- Forward collision warning
- Automatic emergency braking
- Blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert
- Rear parking sensors
Should I Buy the 2022 Chrysler Voyager?
The Voyager caters to budget-minded minivan shoppers who need to shuttle lots of people and cargo. The additional standard features for 2022 are welcome, and the Voyager remains a spacious, comfortable and quiet minivan.
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