The Kimsuky/Hidden Cobra APT is going after the commercial sector, according to CISA. North Korea-Backed Spy Group Poses as Reporters in Spearphishing Attacks, Feds Warn. Author: Tara Seals. October 28, 2020 8:32 am.
The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with an explosion in the number of connected devices, have led to a swelling in IoT infections observed on wireless networks.
Experts Weigh in on E-Commerce Security Amid Snowballing Threats. How a retail sector reeling from COVID-19 can lock down their online systems to prevent fraud during the upcoming holiday shopping spike. ... But experts are warning retailers not to focus only on one threat or on protecting one particular system.
InterPlanetary Storm Botnet Infects 13K Mac, Android Devices. In addition to Windows and Linux machines, a new variant of the malware now targets Mac and Android devices.
A set of address-spoofing bugs affect users of six different types of mobile browsers, with some remaining unpatched.
This article is a part of a miniseries of two articles that I will demonstrate how I (dirty) went from the malicious down-loader to the unpacked version, of an Emotet botnet sample that fell in my hands, by pure luck.
The P2P malware is infecting any and all types of endpoints via brute-forcing, with 10 versions targeting desktops, laptops, mobile and IoT devices.
Fortinet researchers are seeing a pivot in the spear-phishing and phishing lures used by cybercriminals, to entice potential job candidates as businesses open up.
The Clop group attacked Software AG, a German conglomerate with operations in more than 70 countries, threatening to dump stolen data if the whopping $23 million ransom isn’t paid.
The cryptojacking malware variant builds on the TeamTNT group’s typical approach, with a few new — and sophisticated — extras.
The Android malware comes from threat group APT-C-23, also known as Two-Tailed Scorpion and Desert Scorpion.
RAINBOWMIX Apps in Google Play Serve Up Millions of Ad Fraud Victims. Collectively, 240 fraudulent Android apps — masquerading as retro game emulators — account for 14 million installs. ... Most were simple retro games like Nintendo NES emulators, and used “packer” software to bypass protections.
Spyware is a type of software that gets installed sneakily on a computer and sends information to its creator, as the name suggests, it serves as a spy. That information can be anything from your browsing history to system details and even login information with a password. That’s why Spyware is really dangerous and should be avoided, especially if you use your computer to buy stuff online.
Spear-phishing attacks targeting VIPs and others show key malware changes and are likely linked to the current conflict with Armenia.
What to watch out for, and how to protect yourself from malicious versions of these mobile shortcuts.Add a contact listing: Hackers can add a new contact listing on the user's phone and use it to launch a spear phishing or other personalized attack. Initiate a phone call: By triggering a call to the scammer, this type of exploit can expose the phone number to a bad actor.
Cybercriminals are increasingly turning to a legitimate, Pastebin-like web service for downloading malware — such as AgentTesla and LimeRAT — in spear-phishing attacks. AgentTesla, LimeRAT, W3Cryptolocker and Redline Stealer are now using Paste.nrecom in spear-phishing attacks.
A variant of the Mirai botnet, called Ttint, has added espionage capabilities to complement its denial-of-service functions. Two former Tenda router zero-days are anchoring the spread of a Mirai-based botnet called Ttint.
Spammers have started using a tricky URL obfuscation technique that sidesteps detection – and ultimately infects victims with the LokiBot trojan. The tactic was uncovered in recent spear-phishing emails with PowerPoint attachments, which contain a malicious macro.
Boom! Mobile Customer Data Lost to Fullz House/Magecart Attack. The Magecart spinoff group targeted the wireless service provider in an odd choice of victim. Boom! Mobile's U.S. website recently fell victim to an e-commerce attack, putting online shoppers in danger of payment-card theft, researchers said.
Virus Bulletin 2020 — A loose affiliation of cybercriminals are working together to author and distribute multiple families of banking trojans in Latin America – a collaborative effort that researchers say is highly unusual.