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Lazarus APT Collaborates with Trickbot’s Anchor Project

An unprecedented connection between the North Korean APT and the crimeware giant spells trouble for global banks and other cybercrime targets.

By |2019-12-11T08:00:32-05:00December 11th, 2019|Anchor Project, apt, banking trojan, banks, connection, Crimeware, cybercrime, cybercriminals, Lazarus, Malware, North Korea, SentinelLabs, SentinelOne, TrickBot, WannaCry, Web Security|Comments Off on Lazarus APT Collaborates with Trickbot’s Anchor Project

Stealthy MacOS Malware Tied to Lazarus APT

Researcher discovered a MacOS trojan hiding behind a fake crypto trading platform believed to be the work of the state-sponsored North Korean hackers behind WannaCry.

By |2019-12-06T09:00:51-05:00December 6th, 2019|apt, crypto jacking, Cryptocurrency, cyber attack, cybercrime, cybercriminals, Dinesh Devadoss, Lazarus Group, macOS, Malware, North Korea, Patrick Wardle, state-sponsored actors, WannaCry|Comments Off on Stealthy MacOS Malware Tied to Lazarus APT

Google Analytics Emerges as a Phishing Tool

Web analytics help phishers hone their attacks -- but website defenders can also use these tactics to better detect the scope of attacks and mitigate their effects.

By |2019-11-06T09:00:50-05:00November 6th, 2019|Akamai, Bing, cybercriminals, Google Analytics, hackers, malicious activity, Phishing, phishing tool, site visitor behavior, web analytics, Web Security, Websites, Yandex|Comments Off on Google Analytics Emerges as a Phishing Tool

City of Johannesburg, on Second Hit, Refuses to Pay Ransom

A Shadow Kill Hackers attack that compromised the city’s network and shut down key services was the second ransom-related attack on the city in months.

By |2019-10-30T08:43:49-04:00October 30th, 2019|Bitcoin, cybercriminals, data breach, data leak, Government, hacker, IOActive, Johannesburg, Malware, ransom, ransomware, Security, Shadow Kill Hackers, South Africa|Comments Off on City of Johannesburg, on Second Hit, Refuses to Pay Ransom

ThreatList: Sharp Increase in Fake Mobile Apps Impersonating Legit Ones

Consumers don't vet apps well enough to mitigate mobile threat risk, according to the latest mobile-threat report from RiskIQ

By |2019-10-24T09:41:05-04:00October 24th, 2019|Android, apple, blacklisted apps, cybercrime, cybercriminals, feral apps, google play, iphone, Malware, mobile, mobile apps, Mobile Security, mobile threats, Most Recent ThreatLists, RiskIQ|Comments Off on ThreatList: Sharp Increase in Fake Mobile Apps Impersonating Legit Ones