To Disseminate Malware, Hackers are Increasingly Relying on DaaS Platforms

  According to cybersecurity specialists, malware authors are increasingly depending on dropper-as-a-service (DaaS) platforms to propagate their malicious inventions. Sophos recently published a report detailing the rise of DaaS platforms that infect victims who visit piracy websites in search of cracked versions of major business and consumer software.  A dropper is a programme that, when […]

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Wiper Malware Used in Attack Against Iranian Railway

  The cyber-attack that crippled Iran’s national railway system at the beginning of the month was caused by a disk-wiping malware strain called Meteor, not a ransomware attack, as per the research published by security firms Amnpardaz and SentinelOne.  According to Reuters, the attack caused train services to be affected as well as the transport […]

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