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Diavol – A New Ransomware Used By Wizard Spider

Diavol – A New Ransomware Used By Wizard Spider

A new family of ransomware called Diavol has been discovered and could be linked to a criminal group known as Wizard Spider, according to PSIRT research and a report published in the Security Research Journal. REFERENCE:...

Malware Masquerades as Privacy Tool

Malware Masquerades as Privacy Tool

Proofpoint researchers found a new threat enticing users to download malware by masquerading as a “Privacy Tools” service offering a tool that “encrypts” user data using a zip-like utility. The fake website is professional-looking and...

ChaChi: a New GoLang RAT

ChaChi: a New GoLang RAT

BlackBerry has identified a new type of malicious software written in the Go programming language as the operator of the PYSA ransomware campaign, which has been targeting education institutions across the United States and Canada....

Klingon RAT

Klingon RAT

With more malware written in Golang than ever before, the threat from Go-based Remote Access Trojans (RATs) has never been higher. Not only has the number of Go malware increased but also the sophistication of these threats. This is a...

Ideal Tech Offering Bigger Brains Online Training

Ideal Tech Offering Bigger Brains Online Training

Ideal Technologies is excited to announce our new service offering for online education and training services powered by Bigger Brains, an award-winning eLearning platform designed to produce a more productive workplace by empowering...

Using cross-domain threat data to disrupt a large BEC campaign

Using cross-domain threat data to disrupt a large BEC campaign

Microsoft 365 Defender researchers recently uncovered and disrupted a large-scale business email compromise (BEC) infrastructure hosted in multiple web services. Attackers used this cloud-based infrastructure to compromise mailboxes via...

PRISM attacks manage to stay under the radar

PRISM attacks manage to stay under the radar

AT&T AlienLabs has recently come across some ELF executables that caught our attention as they had very low or zero anti-virus detections yet they were flagged as malicious by our analysis systems. Upon inspecting we identified them...

Keksec and Tsunami-Ryuk

Keksec and Tsunami-Ryuk

Keksec, known as Necro, has updated the algorithm used to generate new domains for a variant of the Tsunami DDoS malware, which has been seen in the wild for the first time. REFERENCES: https://www.lacework.com/keksec-tsunami-ryuk/...

APT41 likely behind supply chain attack to big airline heist

APT41 likely behind supply chain attack to big airline heist

A security breach caused by a Chinese nation-state cyberattack in 2021 could have significant implications for the airline industry, according to security researcher Group-IB. REFERENCE: https://blog.group-ib.com/colunmtk_apt41 TAGS:...