If one sheep leaps over the ditch…

Introduction If one sheep leaps over the ditch, the rest will follow. This is an old saying, found in various languages, and it can be applied to ransomware developers. In previous blog posts, we highlighted an increase in the popularity of platform-independent languages and ESXi support, and recently, we wrote about ransomware borrowing these propagation […]

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Crimeware and financial cyberthreats in 2023

A look back on the year 2022 and what to expect in 2023 Every year, as part of the Kaspersky Security Bulletin, we predict which major trends will be followed in the coming year by attackers, who target financial organizations. The predictions, based on our extensive experience, help individuals and businesses improve their cybersecurity and […]

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Emotet coming in hot

Emotet is a ubiquitous and well-known banking trojan that has evolved over the years to become a very successful modular botnet capable of dropping a variety of other threats. Even after a global takedown campaign in early 2021 disrupted the botnet, it reemerged later that year, rebuilding its infrastructure and becoming highly active in a […]

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Malicious campaign uses a barrage of commodity RATs to target Afghanistan and India

Cisco Talos recently discovered a threat actor using political and government-themed malicious domains to target entities in India and Afghanistan.These attacks use dcRAT and QuasarRAT for Windows delivered via malicious documents exploiting CVE-2017-11882 — a memory corruption vulnerability in… [[ This is only the beginning! Please visit the blog for the complete entry ]] Source: […]

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Underground Black-Market Website ‘BriansClub’ Hacked – 26 Million Stolen Credit Cards Rescued

Largest underground store “BriansClub,” for buying stolen credit cards got hacked, over 26 million credit and debit card data extracted from the underground store. BriansClub found to be sold more than 9.1 million stolen credit cards and the store earned more $126 million according to the KrebsOnSecurity report. Brian Kerbs also complains that the website […]

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