XENOTIME, a destructive APT linked to Russia, has broadened its target set beyond Middle East oil and gas.
Large-scale existential threats exist everywhere and can annihilate us with only trivial effort. Should we all throw everything we can at them?
The Russian-speaking APT acts as a support group for high-profile APTs like Sofacy and BlackEnergy.
LightNeuron is the first to target Microsoft Exchange transport agents — and is used as a hub for major Turla APT espionage efforts.
Forensic analysis shows a Chinese APT using Equation Group hacking tools at least a year before Shadow Brokers dumped its cache in April 2017.
The attack group shows a moderate level of sophistication, but the stage is set for MuddyWater to take things to the next level.
The attack is targeting financial regulators and embassy staff– but probably isn’t the work of an APT.
The custom malware is a spy tool and can also disrupt processes at U.S. assets.
The SneakyPastes campaign was highly effective but hardly advanced.
A highly sophisticated APT framework has been found targeting a single Central Asian diplomatic entity for years.