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Further details on Wipro phishing attack revealed

The motivation behind phishing attack that struck the Indian IT consultancy firm Wipro in April may surprisingly be gift card fraud, according to a new Flashpoint report. Flashpoint researchers Jason Reaves, Joshua Platt and Allison Nixon said the far-ranging attack that hit dozens of Wipro employees gave the malicious actors access to more than 100…
Reboot Leadership Awards 2018

Threat Seeker – Allison Nixon

Category: Threat Seeker Name: Allison Nixon Title: Director of Security Research Company: Flashpoint Why Nominated: A proponent of collaboration who led an investigatory team working with Akamai and Dyn, Allison Nixon helped confirm the participation of a Mirai botnet in the (DDoS) attacks against Dyn DNS. Her work as a threat-seeker has made her a…
APTs/cyberespionage, Cybercrime, Security News

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…
IoT

Mirai variant caused German telecom disruption; 5M routers reportedly susceptible if left unpatched

Service disruptions affecting nearly one million Deutsche Telekom landline customers since last weekend are the result of a worldwide cyberattack aimed at infecting routers with a variant of Mirai Internet of Things (IoT) botnet malware, German authorities and security researchers have now confirmed. The attack seeks to exploit a vulnerability in open remote-management ports found…
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