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TeamViewer reportedly hit by Chinese hackers in 2016

TeamViewer announced it was the victim of a cyber attack which took place in 2016 although some sources claim that hackers were in the firm’s network as early as 2014. The data breach was reportedly the result of threat actors exploiting the recently patched Winnti backdoor trojan, a malware first seen used by a group…
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Report finds ransomware recovery firms simply paying attackers

Imagine your company gets hit with a ransomware attack. Critical files become inaccessible, work productivity is lost, sensitive data could be at risk of either being compromised and leaked or even deleted, all while being extorted by a cyber assailant for funds your firm may or may not be able to shell out. Companies often…
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Gustuff banking trojan disables Google Protect and Accessibility Service mode

An Android trojan dubbed Gustuff is capable of targeting more than 1,000 global banking apps, cryptocurrency and marketplace applications. Group-IB researchers uncovered the malware that casts a wide net and  is complete with fully automated features designed to steal both fiat and crypto currency from user accounts by leveraging a device’s Accessibility Service mode to…
Cybercrime, Security News

ShadowHammer attack installed backdoors on a million ASUS devices

Backdoors added to ASUS computers through its software update platform resulted in what Kaspersky researchers are calling one of the largest supply chain incidents ever, “ShadowHammer,” which even surpassed the scope of the CCleaner attack. Researchers estimated malware was distributed to nearly a million people, although the cybercriminals appeared to have only targeted 600 specific…
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Norwegian aluminum producer Norsk Hydro hit by an unspecified cyberattack

Norwegian aluminum producer Norsk Hydro was hit by a cyberttack which began Monday evening and escalated into the night. The Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM) declined to comment on what type of attack it was but said the extent of the attack is still being assessed and that it’s too early to state how big…
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Center for Internet Security warns of Trickbot

TrickBot malware targets users financial information and acts as a dropper for other malware and can be leveraged to steal banking information, conduct system and network reconnaissance, harvest credentials and achieve network propagation, according to a security primer released by the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). “The malware authors are continuously releasing new…
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New Data shines light into Lazarus group’s Operation Sharpshooter campaign

North Korean hacking Lazarus Group’s Operation Sharpshooter campaign, used “extremely convincing” job recruitment emails to target defense, government, finance, energy and critical infrastructure organizations across the world, according to McAfee researchers. An unnamed government entity familiar with the malware campaign provided code and data from a command-and-control server responsible for the management of the operations,…
Malware, Security News

TEMP.MixMaster group infects with Trickbot and delayed Ryuk ransomware combo

Financially motivated threat actors,referred to as TEMP.MixMaster, are infecting victims with Trickbot malware before deploying the infamous Ryuk ransomware and so far have managed to make off with a reported $3.7 million worth of Bitcoin. The attacks are also unique as the threat actors often wait for extended periods after gaining access, often profiting from…
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LuminosityLink RAT author sentenced to 30 years in prison

A Kentucky man was sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for his role in creating and selling a remote access trojan (RAT) used to spy on victims. As part of his plea agreement, Colton Grubbs, 21 of Stanford, Kentucky, pled guilty to selling a software, called LuminosityLink, for $39.99 apiece to more than 6,000…
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Pokémon Go cheaters may inadvertently learn GPS spoofing

Between 2005 and 2009, children and preteens and even some adults were inadvertently learning basic HTML coding skill as they sought to customize their MySpace pages with unique skins, music, and overall layouts that best represented their personalities. Nearly a decade later, this same curiosity may allow people looking to cheat Pokémon Go, to inadvertently…
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