Category Archives: Cyberespionage
Some 250 servers were apparently breached by the Lebanese Cedar APT group, an organization with suspected links to the Hezbollah Cyber Unit in Lebanon. The target victims include companies from many countries, including the United States, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Many more companies and organizations have been…
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While tempting, most experts agree that hack-back strategies are a bad idea for companies. But there are tactics that can help deter nation-state actors and limit their ability to penetrate networks.
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The effectiveness of this operation serves as a reminder of the risks of openly sharing and storing plain-text network credentials or sensitive network access instructions on internet-accessible apps or servers.
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The SolarWinds hack endangers not just organizations’ on-premises systems but also their cloud-based infrastructure.
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