InfoSec Articles (07/20/20 – 08/03/20)

InfoSec Articles (07/20/20 – 08/03/20)

We have now come into a new month, and this set of InfoSec articles discusses how some specific malware operates. One of these is the Evilnum malware which was previously seen in attacks against financial technology companies. Read on and learn more in this batch of...
InfoSec Articles (07/05/20 – 07/19/20)

InfoSec Articles (07/05/20 – 07/19/20)

Onto the second half of 2020, and a lot of trojans are actively upping their game to spread banking malware. One of these is Trojan Cerberus which disguised itself as a genuine app in order to access the banking details of unsuspecting users. Protect yourself by...
InfoSec Articles (06/20/20 – 07/04/20)

InfoSec Articles (06/20/20 – 07/04/20)

The latter half of the year has already begun, and cybercrimes show no signs of stopping. Just like how they’re using Cobalt Strike to deploy Anchor backdoor and RYUK ransomware. Be vigilant and learn more about these digital attacks in this batch of InfoSec...
InfoSec Articles (06/05/20 – 06/19/20)

InfoSec Articles (06/05/20 – 06/19/20)

Ransomware and malware, such as GuLoader, have been very active in campaigns against security. GuLoader is used to deliver malware with the help of cloud services such as Google Drive. The delivery of malware through cloud drives is one of the fastest-growing trends...
InfoSec Articles (05/21/20 – 06/04/20)

InfoSec Articles (05/21/20 – 06/04/20)

Half of 2020 is here and malware such as Mylobot, ComRAT, and the likes have also upgraded their game. Mylobot has the ability to download and execute any type of payload after it infects a host. Learn more in this batch of InfoSec articles. For more articles, check...
InfoSec Articles (05/06/20 – 05/20/20)

InfoSec Articles (05/06/20 – 05/20/20)

Ransomware has topped this InfoSec articles. One of which is the Netwalker ransomware. This involves malware that is not compiled but written in PowerShell and executed directly in memory and without storing the actual ransomware binary into the disk. Read more on...