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Play Ransomware Goes Commercial - Now Offered as a Service to Cybercriminals

Play Ransomware Goes Commercial – Now Offered as a Service to Cybercriminals

Nov 21, 2023NewsroomRansomware-as-a-service The ransomware strain known as Play is now being offered to other threat actors “as a service,” new evidence unearthed by Adlumin has revealed. “The unusual lack of even small variations between attacks suggests that they are being carried out by affiliates who have purchased the ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) and are following step-by-step […]

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Microsoft Warns of Fake Skills Assessment Portals Targeting IT Job Seekers

Microsoft Warns of Fake Skills Assessment Portals Targeting IT Job Seekers

Nov 11, 2023NewsroomThreat Intelligence / Cybercrime A sub-cluster within the infamous Lazarus Group has established new infrastructure that impersonates skills assessment portals as part of its social engineering campaigns. Microsoft attributed the activity to a threat actor it calls Sapphire Sleet, describing it as a “shift in the persistent actor’s tactics.” Sapphire Sleet, also called […]

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Lazarus Group Targeting Defense Experts with Fake Interviews via Trojanized VNC Apps

Lazarus Group Targeting Defense Experts with Fake Interviews via Trojanized VNC Apps

Oct 18, 2023NewsroomCyber Attack / Malware The North Korea-linked Lazarus Group (aka Hidden Cobra or TEMP.Hermit) has been observed using trojanized versions of Virtual Network Computing (VNC) apps as lures to target the defense industry and nuclear engineers as part of a long-running campaign known as Operation Dream Job. “The threat actor tricks job seekers […]

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New Advanced Backdoor with Distinctive Malware Tactics

New Advanced Backdoor with Distinctive Malware Tactics

Sep 23, 2023THNCyber Espionage / Malware Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a previously undocumented advanced backdoor dubbed Deadglyph employed by a threat actor known as Stealth Falcon as part of a cyber espionage campaign. “Deadglyph’s architecture is unusual as it consists of cooperating components – one a native x64 binary, the other a .NET assembly,” ESET […]

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Microsoft Uncovers Flaws in ncurses Library Affecting Linux and macOS Systems

Microsoft Uncovers Flaws in ncurses Library Affecting Linux and macOS Systems

Sep 14, 2023THNEndpoint Security / Vulnerability A set of memory corruption flaws have been discovered in the ncurses (short for new curses) programming library that could be exploited by threat actors to run malicious code on vulnerable Linux and macOS systems. “Using environment variable poisoning, attackers could chain these vulnerabilities to elevate privileges and run […]

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Millions Infected by Spyware Hidden in Fake Telegram Apps on Google Play

Millions Infected by Spyware Hidden in Fake Telegram Apps on Google Play

Sep 09, 2023THNMobile Security / Spyware Spyware masquerading as modified versions of Telegram have been spotted in the Google Play Store that’s designed to harvest sensitive information from compromised Android devices. According to Kaspersky security researcher Igor Golovin, the apps come with nefarious features to capture and exfiltrate names, user IDs, contacts, phone numbers, and […]

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Lazarus Group Exploits Critical Zoho ManageEngine Flaw to Deploy Stealthy QuiteRAT Malware

Lazarus Group Exploits Critical Zoho ManageEngine Flaw to Deploy Stealthy QuiteRAT Malware

Aug 24, 2023THNCyber Attack / Hacking The North Korea-linked threat actor known as Lazarus Group has been observed exploiting a now-patched critical security flaw impacting Zoho ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus to distribute a remote access trojan called such as QuiteRAT. Targets include internet backbone infrastructure and healthcare entities in Europe and the U.S., cybersecurity company Cisco […]

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New Mozilla Feature Blocks Risky Add-Ons on Specific Websites to Safeguard User Security

New Mozilla Feature Blocks Risky Add-Ons on Specific Websites to Safeguard User Security

Jul 10, 2023THNBrowser Security Mozilla has announced that some add-ons may be blocked from running on certain sites as part of a new feature called Quarantined Domains. “We have introduced a new back-end feature to only allow some extensions monitored by Mozilla to run on specific websites for various reasons, including security concerns,” the company […]

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