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CozyDuke APT group believed to have targeted White House and State Department
Government/Defense, Security News

APT 29/The Dukes back in business

The threat group APT 29 has apparently returned to action with ESET uncovering three new malware families it is attributing to the cybergang. Apt 29/The Dukes is best known as being the primary suspect behind the Democratic National Committee breach during the runup to the 2016 U.S. presidential election, but the group had remained quiet…
mobile security
Mobile Security, Security News

AhMyth –based malicious app found in Google Play

A new type of Android-centric spyware has been found that is capable of avoiding Google’s app-vetting process. Malicious actors have placed the spyware in an app, called Radio Balouch, aka RB Music, which does in fact deliver on its advertised promise of playing Balouchi-style music, a traditional music that encompasses classical, semi-classical, and folk music…
Ransomware, Security News

Gandcrab decrypt tools released

Bitdefender and ESET have each published a Gandcrab ransomware decryptor with particular attention paid to Syrians victims. Bitdefender said its tool can decrypt data encrypted by Gandcrab versions 1, 4 and 5 and for all versions for victims located in Syria. The tool can be downloaded here. Bitdefender stated it worked with Europol, Romanian Police…
Backdoor
APTs/cyberespionage, Security News

StealthFalcon backdoor using Windows BITS to hide action

The cyberespionage group Stealth Falcon is using a previously unreported binary backdoor along with Windows BITS to communicate with its command and controls server. The revelation was made by ESET researchers who came across the backdoor, which it named Win32/StealthFalcon, which the security firm believes has many similarities with another PowerShell script with backdoor capabilities…
Security News, Vulnerabilities

KrØØk vulnerability could allow crooks to intercept WiFi data packets

ESET researchers revealed during a talk at RSA Conference 2020 a vulnerability found in more than one billion WiFi-enabled devices and access points that could allow an attacker to partially read encrypted data being transmitted. Dubbed KrØØk, CVE-2019-15126 is a previously unknown vulnerability found in WiFi chips from Broadcom and Cypress. These are not only…
Mobile Security, Security News

Android trojan scams PayPal users into giving up 2FA credentials

ESET has come across an Android trojan capable of defeating the multifactor authentication required to access the official PayPal app. Multifactor authentication (2FA) has become a keystone for many organizations and individuals attempting to secure their data, but one cybergang has created an app masquerading as a battery optimization tool in third-party Android stores that…
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