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Going stealth: Bad guys embrace the power of branding

By Stu Sjouwerman Since the very dawn of organized phishing attacks, the bad guys have recognized the power of exploiting trusted brands and online services. Our original experience with phishing was defined by spoofed emails purporting to hail from popular banks. Their objective was simple: trick users into coughing up their online banking credentials with…
Cybercrime, Security News

Researchers believed to have uncovered tessa88’s identity

Recorded Future researchers believed they have uncovered the identity of the Notorious hackers tessa88 who has been credited with compromising several high profile databases belonging to companies such as VKontakte, Mobango, Myspace, Badoo, QIP, Dropbox, Rambler, LinkedIn and Twitter, among others. Researchers claim the hacker is actually Maksim Vladimirovich Donakov of Penza, Russia, who has…
Analyst says insider threat mainly down to lack of understanding
Insider Threats, Privacy & Compliance News and Analysis, Security News

Former Yahoo! engineer pleads guilty to using access to nick pics of women

Reyes Daniel Ruiz, a former Yahoo! software engineer, has pleaded guilty to using his access privileges at the company to hack users’ accounts so that he could download private images and videos mostly belonging to young women. A 10-year veteran of Yahoo!, Ruiz admitted to accessing around 6,000 accounts and storing the pilfered files at…
APTs/cyberespionage, Malware, Security News

Report: Chinese cyberspies hacked MSP, retailer and law firm in economic espionage campaign

The Chinese state-sponsored threat actor APT10 used stolen remote access software credentials to infiltrate the network of Norwegian managed services provider Visma last year, likely in an effort to launch secondary attacks against the MSP’s clients. An investigation into the cyber espionage campaign revealed that APT10, aka Stone Panda, used similar tactics to invade the…
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, Malware, Phishing, Security News

North Korean hackers allegedly pick on Russian targets for a change

The reputed North Korean APT actor known as Lazarus Group (aka Hidden Cobra) typically focuses its hacking efforts on South Korea, Japan and the U.S., but one of its suspected campaigns from last January surprisingly appears to have targeted Russian businesses with its signature Lazarus backdoor malware. Taking place from Jan. 26-31, the phishing campaign…
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