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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…
Malware, Security News

Lazarus FASTCash ATM attack details discovered

Symantec researchers have uncovered several crucial details behind how the cybergang Lazarus, (AKA Hidden Cobra) has successfully conducted dozens of ATM hacks resulting in the machines literally spewing money out on the group’s command. What was already known is that the bank robbers inject a malicious Advanced Interactive eXecutive (AIX) executable into a running, legitimate…
APTs/cyberespionage, Coronavirus, Phishing, Security News

Report: Lazarus Group has large-scale Covid-19 phishing campaign in the works

North Korea’s Lazarus group is likely behind a planned coronavirus-related phishing campaign taking aim at more than 5 million businesses and people in the U.S. and five other countries June 21. “The hacking campaign involved using phishing emails under the guise of local authorities in charge of dispensing government-funded Covid-19 support initiatives,” researchers at Cyfirma…
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Thwarting ID thieves

David Lazarus is not your typical victim of identity theft. Most notably, he fought back and won — a rarity even in today's era of heightened government oversight of corporate shenanigans.
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…
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