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Redbanc cyberattack linked to Lazarus group

The recently disclosed cyber attack on the Chilean interbank network Redbanc which took place in December 2018, may have been carried out by North Korea-linked advanced persistent threat (APT) group Lazarus. The attack involved PowerRatankba, a malware toolkit with ties to APT group represents the latest known example of Lazarus-affiliated tools being deployed within financially…
APTs/cyberespionage, Cybercrime, Government, Government/Defense, Malware, Phishing, Security News

‘Sharpshooter’ cyberespionage campaign scopes out defense, critical infrastructure sectors

A global phishing campaign called Operation Sharpshooter was discovered using fake job recruitment documents to infect defense, government and critical infrastructure organizations with a malicious backdoor implant, presumably for cyber espionage purposes. The implant, nicknamed Rising Sun, was observed in least 87 impacted organizations over the course of October and November, McAfee Labs reported today…
APTs/cyberespionage, Cybercrime, Data Breach, Malware, Ransomware, Security News

Dacls RAT’s goals are to steal customer data and spread ransomware

The Dacls remote access trojan that is capable of attacking Windows, Linux and macOS environments has been used to distribute VHD ransomware and to target customer databases for attempted exfiltration, according to researchers. Kaspersky on Wednesday revealed this latest intel on Dacls in a company blog post and corresponding press release that also detailed an…
Cryptocurrency, Cybercrime, Finance, Malware, Security News

Fake company pushes phony cryptocurrency app to spread Mac malware

It appears North Korean hackers have revisited a tried-and-true scheme to attack Mac owners who work at cryptocurrency exchanges: creating a fake company and corresponding cryptocurrency trading app that actually infects users with malware. Researcher Patrick Wardle, creator of OS X security firm Objective-See, reported in a blog post late last week that malicious actors…
Ransomware

Analysis suggests WannaCry ransom note is native Chinese-speaker

As if attribution efforts surrounding the May 2017 WanaCrypt0r/WannaCry ransomware attack weren’t already convoluted… A new report asserts with high confidence that the author of the WannaCry ransom note probably speaks fluent Chinese, adding a new layer of intrigue to an investigation that has already turned up malware code linked to an alleged North Korean…
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