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New “WildPressure” APT Group Targets Industries in the Middle East

New “WildPressure” APT Group Targets Industries in the Middle East - Cybersecurity news
The WildPressure APT group was spotted delivering a new piece of C++ backdoor named Milum.

Hackers Use Fake “Corona Antivirus” Software to Distribute Malware Backdoor

Hackers Use Fake “Corona Antivirus” Software to Distribute Malware Backdoor - Cybersecurity news
Hackers were found promoting a fake antivirus software to distribute a malware payload which could infect the systems with the BlackNET RAT, while also adding it to a botnet.
March 28, 2020

A mysterious hacker group is eavesdropping on corporate email and FTP traffic

Since at least early December 2019, a mysterious hacker group has been taking over DrayTek enterprise routers to eavesdrop on FTP and email traffic inside corporate networks.

Coronavirus Will Not Delay Pentagon’s Contractor Cybersecurity Program, Official Says

The Defense Department officially entered into an agreement with the nonprofit corporation that will serve as the accreditation body for its Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program.

US Small Business Administration Grants Used as Phishing Bait

Despite using broken English within the phishing emails, the malicious actors made sure that the overall layout is as close as possible to the real thing, using the official U.S. SBA logo.

Network of fake QR code generators will steal your Bitcoin

The nine websites provided users with the ability to enter their Bitcoin address, a long string of text where Bitcoin funds are stored, and convert it into a QR code image.

Domain Registrars Take Action Against Fraudulent COVID-19 Websites

Online scams proliferating from the coronavirus outbreak have included fraudulent charity websites, sites selling fake vaccines and cures, and infection-tracking sites that deliver malware.

Hackers Exploit Zero-Day Bugs in Draytek Devices to Target Enterprise Networks

Cybersecurity researchers unveiled details of two recently spotted zero-day cyberattack campaigns in the wild targeting enterprise-grade networking devices manufactured by Taiwan-based DrayTek.

COVID-19: CERT-In says spurt in cyberattacks on personal comps since 'work from home' protocol began

There has been an increase in the number of cyberattacks on personal computer networks and routers since professionals were asked to work from home in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.

Cost Imposition Is the Point: Understanding U.S. Cyber Operations and the Strategy Behind Achieving Effects

The Cyberspace Solarium Commission intends to push the conversation forward by designing a strategy for national security that works, can be implemented and is based on accurate assumptions.

FTC Warns VoIP Providers to Stop Facilitating Coronavirus Scams

The US Federal Trade Commission warned nine VoIP service providers against assisting and facilitating illegal robocalls designed to capitalize on public anxiety surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic.

Ransomware attacks vs Kimchuk, Visser reveal supply chain threat to DOD

The operators behind DoppelPaymer ransomware reportedly attacked electronics manufacturer Kimchuk earlier this month, disrupting the company’s operations and stealing sensitive data.
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