Attacks targeting critical infrastructure system are ramping up – and defense has become a top priority for the U.S. government.
One of the most destructive malware families ever seen is back, and researchers think its authors are gearing up to again take aim at the Middle East.
The trojan purports to be a battery optimization app – and then steals up to 1,000 euro from victims’ PayPal accounts.
Operation Sharpshooter uses a new implant to target mainly English-speaking nuclear, defense, energy and financial companies.
Threat actors have updated their malware to include a macro-based delivery framework.
Emails say they contain a link with screenshots of victims’ compromising activity. In reality, the link executes ransomware.
Bagle.A and Bagle.B date back to 2004.
Threat group moves away from “smash-and-grab” attacks and adopts a boutique approach to targeting victims.
The lawsuit alleges that NSO Group violated international law by allowing Pegasus to be used by oppressive regimes to hunt dissidents and journalists.
In part two of our podcast series on Magecart, we talk to expert Yonathan Klijnsma, who has been tracking the threat for years.