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CrowdStrike verifies portions of report linking APT10 activity to Chinese government actors

Researchers with CrowdStrike yesterday partially confirmed reports from the mysterious APT-hunting group Intrusion Truth, verifying several findings that allegedly draw connections between the threat group APT10 and a Chinese foreign intelligence agency. Over the previous two months, Intrusion Truth has issued multiple reports on the group, also known as Stone Panda, linking it to the Tianjin Bureau of China’s Ministry of State Security (MSS). In…
Product Review

CrowdStrike Falcon

Crowdstrike Falcon is, largely, a threat-hunting tool that ties the endpoint tightly into its threat-hunting ecosystem.
Product Review

Crowdstrike Falcon

CrowdStrike Falcon is a highly reviewed, highly sophisticated endpoint solution. Falcon focuses on malware; where it really stands out is with advanced types of malware, including PowerShell exploits and file-less malware variants.
Director's Cut Videos, Security News

CrowdStrike report: In a first, majority of attacks in 2019 were malware-free (video)

CrowdStrike on Tuesday released its annual Global Threat Report, and for the first time ever, the number of malware-free attacks that the company observed over the previous year exceeded actual malware-based attacks. The cybersecurity firm, which won Best Security Company at the 2020 SC Awards last week during the RSA Conference, reports that 51 percent…
Security News

Trump mentioned Crowdstrike, referred to DNC server in call with Ukraine president

President Trump referenced a server and security firm Crowdstrike in a phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, presumably referring to a Democratic National Committee (DNC) server that the company examined as part of its investigation into Russia’s hack of the DNC during the run-up to the 2016 presidential election. “I would like you to…
Ransomware, Security News

Pinchy Spider goes big game hunting with GandCrab

Pinchy Spider and its affiliated cybergangs are reacting to attempts to decrypt and defend against their flagship malware GandCrab by altering how the ransomware is deployed and recruiting new members to broaden the gang’s cyberskills. New studies by Crowdstrike and SophosLabs show Pinchy Spider is turning toward a “Big Game Hunting” deployment model where the…
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