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Threat Intelligence Providers vs Threat Intelligence Platforms

Threat Intelligence Providers vs Threat Intelligence Platforms

In information security, the ability to predict and adapt to the behaviors of criminals can help organizations improve defense strategies against cyber threats. This can be done through the use of threat intelligence where data comprised of past and current indicators...
InfoSec Articles (02/14/2022 – 02/28/2022)

InfoSec Articles (02/14/2022 – 02/28/2022)

Over the past two weeks, we saw that Cyclops Blink appears to be a replacement framework for the VPNFilter malware exposed in 2018, which exploited network devices, primarily small office/home office (SOHO) routers, and network-attached storage (NAS) devices. In...
InfoSec Articles (02/01/2022 – 02/14/2022)

InfoSec Articles (02/01/2022 – 02/14/2022)

Over the past two weeks, we saw “FritzFrog”, a peer-to-peer (P2P) botnet, which means its command and control server is not limited to a single, centralized machine, but rather can be done from every machine in its distributed network. And also, Qualys...
InfoSec Articles (01/04/2022 – 01/31/2022)

InfoSec Articles (01/04/2022 – 01/31/2022)

Over the last two weeks, Varonis Threat Labs has observed one such RaaS provider, ALPHV (aka BlackCat ransomware), gaining traction since late 2021, actively recruiting new affiliates and targeting organizations across multiple sectors worldwide. In addition, we...
InfoSec Articles (01/04/2022 – 01/17/2022)

InfoSec Articles (01/04/2022 – 01/17/2022)

Over the past two weeks, we saw the operators of the SFile ransomware (aka Escal) have developed a Linux version of their malware to expand their operations. SFile ransomware (aka Escal), has been active since 2020, it was observed targeting only Windows systems....