In February 2020, we observed a Trojan injected into the system process memory on a particular host. The target turned out to be a diplomatic entity. What initially attracted our attention was the enterprise-grade API-like (application programming interface) programming style. Such an approach is not that common in the malware world and is mostly used…
Trojan Chrome browser extensions spied on users and maintained a foothold on the networks of financial services, oil and gas, media and entertainment, healthcare and pharmaceuticals and government organizations.
Facebook will report its privacy practices to both the committee, the FTC, and to a third-party assessor.
The malware has boosted its anti-detection capabilities in a new email campaign.
High-severity flaws plague Cisco’s Webex collaboration platform, as well as its RV routers for small businesses.
The June campaign was targeted and aimed at stealing online banking credentials.
Darren James, product specialist with Specops Software, warned that password resets, for example, are a particularly vexing issue for sysadmins, as they can often lockout end-users from their accounts.
Attackers use trusted entities to trick victims into giving up their corporate log-in details as well as to bypass security protections.
InvisiMole is back, targeting Eastern Europe organizations in the military sector and diplomatic missions with an updated toolset and new APT partnership.
A “very rare” malware has been used by an unknown threat actor in cyberattacks against two different Russian organizations in 2017.