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InfoSec Articles (07/04/2022 – 07/19/2022)

InfoSec Articles (07/04/2022 – 07/19/2022)

Over the past two weeks, we saw the news about the infected WordPress site that revealed a malicious C&C script. Also, a new Android malware family on the Google Play Store secretly subscribes users to premium services downloaded over 3,000,000 times. Read this...
InfoSec Articles (07/04/2022 – 07/19/2022)

InfoSec Articles (06/06/2022 – 06/20/2022)

Over the last two weeks, we saw that a few months back, researchers discovered a new, undetected malware that acts in this parasitic nature affecting Linux® operating systems. We have aptly named this malware Symbiote. In addition, back from the dead, Emotet returns...
InfoSec Articles (07/04/2022 – 07/19/2022)

InfoSec Articles (05/23/2022 – 06/06/2022)

Over the last two weeks, we saw the Clipminer malware gang stole $1.7M by hijacking crypto payments. According to researchers from Symantec, a Broadcom company, Clipminer is based on the KryptoCibule malware. In addition, get the latest insights into ransomware...
InfoSec Articles (07/04/2022 – 07/19/2022)

InfoSec Articles (03/28/2022 – 04/11/2022)

Over the last two weeks, we saw that “from the beginning of 2022, we have dealt with six different strains of wiper malware targeting Ukraine: WhisperKill, WhisperGate, HermeticWiper, IsaacWiper, CaddyWiper, and DoubleZero. These attacks are notable on their...
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...