State Department Offers $10M Reward for Information on Russian Officers Involved in Malicious Cyber Activities
The U.S. Department of State has announced a $10 million reward for “information leading to the identification or location of any person who, while acting at the direction or under the...
ESET researchers have discovered Hodur, a previously undocumented Korplug variant spread by Mustang Panda, that uses phishing lures referencing current events in Europe, including the invasion of Ukraine The post Mustang Panda’s Hodur: Old tricks, new Korplug variant appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
we sit down with Christian Sorenson, the former lead of the international cyber warfare team at US Cyber Command and CEO of cybersecurity firm, SightGain, to talk about what we’ve learned so far from...
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the FBI issued a joint advisory this week alerting organizations of destructive malware that is being used to target organizations in Ukraine, with...
Hundreds of computers in Ukraine compromised just hours after a wave of DDoS attacks brings down a number of Ukrainian websites The post HermeticWiper: New data‑wiping malware hits Ukraine appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
The grand finale of our series dedicated to demystifying Latin American banking trojans The post The dirty dozen of Latin America: From Amavaldo to Zumanek appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Press play for the first episode as host Aryeh Goretsky is joined by Zuzana Hromcová to discuss native IIS malware The post Launching ESET Research Podcast: A peek behind the scenes of ESET discoveries appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
ESET researchers studied all the malicious frameworks ever reported publicly that have been used to attack air-gapped networks and are releasing a side-by-side comparison of their most important TTPs The post Jumping the air gap: 15 years of nation‑state effort appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
ESET researchers have discovered strategic web compromise (aka watering hole) attacks against high‑profile websites in the Middle East The post Strategic web compromises in the Middle East with a pinch of Candiru appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
There are no code, functionality or operational similarities to suggest that this is a tool from a known threat actor The post Wslink: Unique and undocumented malicious loader that runs as a server appeared first on WeLiveSecurity