Category Archives: Malware
A piece of cryptojacking malware with a penchant for targeting the cloud has gotten some updates that makes it easier to spread and harder for organizations to detect when their cloud applications have been commandeered.
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Based on the malware features, the researchers said the attackers use the compromised systems for further attacks, spreading laterally across the victim company’s network, or launching attacks on outside targets while masquerading as the compromised company.
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Researchers have found a fourth strain of malware – Raindrop – that was used in the SolarWinds supply chain attack, a loader similar to the Teardrop tool. But while Teardrop was delivered by the original Sunburst backdoor in early July 2020, Raindrop was used just under two weeks later for spreading laterally across the victim’s…
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Software company says 2 customer inquires, in hindsight, appear linked to supply-chain attack
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The Ezuri loader filelessly executes malware on Linux machines from memory, using a technique that is more common in Windows.
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A phishing campaign has been disguising its spam as an email chain, using messages taken from email clients on previously compromised hosts.
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A new remote access trojan (RAT) lures cryptocurrency users to download trojanized apps by promoting the apps in dedicated online forums and on social media.
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The potential number of systems is staggering: There are 5.5 million MySQL, Tomcat, Jenkins, and WebLogic devices connected to the internet that could be vulnerable.
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