Chinese APT Groups Targeted Enterprise Linux Systems in Decade-Long Data Theft Campaign

A new report by Blackberry uncovers the cyber-espionage and the data theft campaigns conducted by Chinese state-linked threat actor groups targeting US organizations.

Cybercriminals Hide Malware & Phishing Sites Under SSL Certificates

The assumption that HTTPS links and the accompanying lock icon protect employees from attack can threaten businesses without sufficient SSL inspection.

ITG08 (aka FIN6) Partners With TrickBot Gang, Uses Anchor Framework

The Anchor malware framework dates back to at least 2018 and appears to be tightly connected to TrickBot and is likely programmed by the same malware authors that work on TrickBot.

Spotting and blacklisting malicious COVID-19-themed sites

Since last December, over 136,000 new COVID-19-themed domains have popped up and, while many host legitimate websites, others have been set up to serve malware, phishing pages, or to scam visitors.

Threat Group Lures Victims with Teddy Bears

A threat group is using gift cards, sweet-faced teddy bears, and the United States Postal Service to carry out a new physical phishing campaign.

Hackers linked to Iran target WHO staff emails during coronavirus

Hackers working in the interests of the Iranian government have attempted to break into the personal email accounts of staff at the World Health Organization during the coronavirus outbreak.

State-Backed Players Join Pandemic Cyber Crime Attacks

Sophisticated state-supported actors are following cybercriminals in exploiting the coronavirus pandemic and posing an “advanced persistent threat" (APT).

Kwampirs threat actor continues to breach transnational healthcare organizations

The FBI assesses Kwampirs actors gained access to a large number of global hospitals through vendor software supply chain and hardware products.

FBI accuses Russian man of laundering money for a transnational cybercrime network

FBI agents have arrested a Russian citizen accused of laundering money for a cybercriminal gang that allegedly stole funds from a range of U.S. banks.

APT41 Zeroes in on Numerous Organizations Using Known Exploits Affecting Ctirix, Cisco, and Zoho Products

APT41 Zeroes in on Numerous Organizations Using Known Exploits Affecting Ctirix, Cisco, and Zoho Products - Cybersecurity news - Threat Actors
According to researchers, the campaign targets included organizations in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, and more.

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