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Malware in Ukraine armed forces app linked to DNC hackers

A proprietary spyware tool that was recently found infecting Ukrainian military forces battling Russian separatists is an Android version of the same malware that helped hackers steal files from the Democratic National Committee, CrowdStrike has reported.
FancyBear APT social
APTs/cyberespionage, Security News

APT28 turns away from election hacking and back to cyberespionage

APT28 has shifted its primary operation away from election interference and is instead actively conducting cyberespionage campaigns against government and military organizations in Europe and South America. Symantec noted this shift in activity in a new report which showed APT28, aka Fancy Bear, was not deterred from conducting illicit activity even after being named as…
FancyBear APT
Government/Defense, Security News

Symantec: APT28 and APT29 likely already working on 2018 election

With less than two months to go before the midterm elections, Symantec reports that there is every reason to believe foreign interlopers will again pull out the stops in order to influence voters and sow confusion. “Given the impact the 2016 attacks had, there is a strong likelihood that these tactics may be used again…
APTs/cyberespionage, Cybercrime, Malware, Security News

Researchers: Turla and Zebrocy APT actors shared code, targets in 2018

Researchers have identified several shared commonalities between reputed Russian APT outlets Turla and Zebrocy, both known for their global, malware-based cyber espionage operations. Such discoveries help bolster the efforts of cyber investigators who seek to map out malicious ecosystems or attribute attacks to foreign actors. In this case, researchers from Kaspersky Lab are reporting that…

FireEye report: hacking group APT28 and their tradecraft

Amidst a number of shocking revelations in relation to the Trump presidency, FireEye has released a report detailing some of the tools and tactics used by Russian hackers who are believed to be part of APT28 - a group of Russian state-back hackers - who are believed to be behind some of the year's headline grabbing hacks including the John Podesta emails, the WADA hack and the breach of the DNC during the election period.
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